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How do i remove the air pump assembly off my craftsman 6HP air compressor, Model Number #919.152930. seems like its bolted directly to motor.

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It is in fact bolted directly to the motor. You should be able to do any repairs necessary without removing the pump from the motor. I am not sure of the set up of that motor. I'm not sure if undoing that plate will also remove that side of the motor. (Something you probably don't want to do.) If you see other screws or bolts under the plate I would assume that you are safe to remove the pump plate from the motor.

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