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How do I remove metal impala from 2012 model WG508 blower vac?

I am trying to disassemble the blower vac and need assistance in removing metal impala.

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Take cover off were the belts are located. turn power button to off! see if the shaft can turn with a wrench. That should turn 180 degrees. If stuck you may need to forch it. Then try to pull cord.
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