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HOW TO SEPARATE PUMP FROM MOTOR - Frymaster Dean H14 Deep Fryer

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There are 4 bolts on the back of the Haight pump on both the 5 or the 8 gpm model. Remove these 4 bolts and using a dead blow hammer, give the pump a sharp blow to the top then the bottom & this should seperate the two. 90% of problems with these pump & motor assy's are from poor oil filtering practices, not having the crumb catcher in place & crumbs getting past the paper & into the pump. The tolerences between the two cams are very tight & believe it or not, a pencil eraser size bunch of crumbs can jam this pump. I go on 3 calls average a month on Dean fryer pumps and after they sit there and run/hum and trip the pump breaker, you WILL burn the motor up. I have a perfectly good used assy from a Dean fryer if needed.
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