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Nph 1200 pump, how to put the impeller and springs back on??

I took it apart to clean it and I don't know how the spring and washers go back on...help??? is there an owners manual out there somewhere????

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In case the coin is no longer in the tub or in the filter, turn off the water supply to the washer. Disconnect the fill hoses from the rear the washer and remove the end of the drain hose from the laundry tub or stand pipe.

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