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Motor removal on a Jacuzzi magnum force pump.

I removed the mounting nut rachet inorder to remove the motor to replace the "O" rings. The motor is locked into the pump housing, what is holding the motor from being removed?

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The impeller is threaded onto the end of the motor shaft and the housing (pump body) is attached to the motor with the same bolts that hold the rear cover on the motor they run all the way through on most pumps.

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Frank,
I could not find a manual to refer you to as jacuzzi is very proprietary with their products, they want you to pay their techs for help. I will do my best to walk you through it using the parts diagram here: http://www.poolinspections.com/manuals/pumps/jacuzzi_magnum.pdf

Disconnect power
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remove the diffuser which is on top of the imeller
now remove the end cap at the rear of the motor (should be 2 1/4" hex screws)
this should expose the back end of the motor shaft.
find an open ended wrench to secure the end of the motor shaft we just exposed (typically is a 7/16" wrench)
*if this unit has a center screw securing the impeller to the other end of the shaft, unscrew this by turning CLOCKWISE (this would be a reverse thread screw)
next while locking onto the end of the motor shaft with the open ended wrench, spin the impeller counter clockwise until removed. This is where you will find the shaft seal. pay attention to how it is installed.
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install new shaft seal
reassemble.
Note: it is highly recommended to secure new orings while replacing this seal (unless its new)
if you attempt this and one of the o-rings has deteriorated, it will not fit back together properly.

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