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Hi..I'm replacing the seal in an NG series Monarch pump, coupled to a 4-cylinder Wisconsin engine. I can't get the pump casing apart, is this from rust or something I've missed?? All the bolts are removed. Thank you..Russ

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All the bolts are removed.... Put a kerosene/WD 40 around the pump lids, and let it stay for day. After a day, use a hardwood hammer to take it off. Let us know by e-mail for the results as well as for further assistance.

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