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How do i uninstall the motor from the pump? this one does not have bolts

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There are 4 screws that go in through the back side all the way to the front by the shaft. You can purchase the screws from a dealer in your area that sells the motors.

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As a rule, when we get those pumps in for repair and the bolts are breaking you notice the motor shaft is severely corroded as well. Often times that will make the unit unrepairable as the new seal won't hold up on a damaged motor shaft. If that is your case you will want to at least consider a new motor and seal for the pump.

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Assuming the pump is at your working table, do the ff;
1.Unscrew the bolts holding the pump case.
2. Take the impeller and the mechanical seal off the
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3. Now you can take the motor off the pump by
unscrewing the bolts holding the motor and pump.
4. Then, you can dismantle the motor by unscrewing
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5. Take the back plate off and the centrifugal switch
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6. Now, you can pull the rotor out, by a slight force
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