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7920 ProHeat replace red pulley on the pump

I need to replace the red pulley on the pump that the belts connect to. The brush belt burned the gears. Where can I get the part? thnx, Rabar

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I did ALL the suggested things and then discovered the belt was stretched because the Red thing on the pulley of the pump is stripped. Its not turning the shaft in the pump. I am going to put glue in mine and see if that works, if not, ill order a new pump assembly.

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Pulley only comes with the pump. So you have to replace it, 2107181 it will cost about $30

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