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Open up the pump housing, by separating it into 2. Reveal the impeller. If there is a center screw in the middle of the opening of the impeller, it will normally be backwards threads. Remove that.
know if the impeller should unscrew off of the motors shaft, that will be normal threads. But, to do that, you will have to lock the shaft from spinning. Remove opposite side Cap on the motor, to reveal the shaft. Either use a wrench or flat blade screwdriver to lock the shaft. Now unthread the impeller from the motors shaft.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The impeller on the Magnum pump unthreads counter clockwise as do other impellers. There is a shaft of the motor that runs the length of the motor, on the back of the motor when you take the bell housing off you will see a small silver spot with a **** in it for a standard screwdriver. Put the biggest one in there you can and then grab the impeller and turn it counter clock wise and it should unthread. Sometimes they won't if it has been on there a number of years. You will need to break it off if it doesn't unthread. Then just purchase a new Impeller for the Jacuzzi Magnum Pump.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2009
I believe the jacuzzi pump impeller has a locking screw directly in the middle of the impeller. You'll have to turn it clockwise to remove it. Then you'll need to remove the cover from the back of the motor using a 1/4" nut driver. Depending on the motor, you should be able to use a 7/16" open end wrench to hold the motor shaft from turning as you turn the impeller counter-clockwise to remove it. Some motors are different, some have a keyed shaft or require a special tool to hold the shaft while the impeller is removed. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
First, separate motor and pump. Remove back cover of motor. Drive shaft of motor either has a slot on end for a large screwdriver or a flat on it for a wrench.(usually 7/16) Hold shaft and unscrew impeller.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
Hi, If you have removed the old impeller, the part number will be in the center. If wear has obliterated the part number, then the replacement impeller will be either spx1610-c for medium head or spx1611-c for a high head. Later models of super pumps will have a 2600 series of numbers for the upgraded drive train. However, the 1600 series drive train parts are still available.
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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