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Pump doesn't work

Trying to take off pump but just spins on shaft. Can't get it off. How do I fix or get a new pump?

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ITS ON A KEY WAY JUST PRY THE PUMP OFF

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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This can be a rather easy fix or it can be a nightmare so i will post everything i have here for you to check ok
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