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How do I change the bearings in a Mastercool 2 evaportive cooler.

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Take it apart if it's all rusted your going to use a lot of bad words my self to get the old ones off i use a grinder cut them off careful not so cut the shaft and clean real good good luck. Tom

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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