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How to separate the two impeller flanges of a jacuzzi pump to access the impeller in order to remove the wet end from the motor OR is there some way to remove the wet end of a white JWB 60C Ser no. 06785 jacuzzi pump that is attached to a Gould 1 HP motor - the flanges seemed solvent welded (removing the five bolts do not separate the flanges) and the discharge end of the pump has a coupling glued on to it, thus I can't take the pump off and it LEAKS!

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  • drfitch141 Aug 27, 2010

    OK, seems the replacement pump above is three times as expensive as other available wet ends (maybe the brand name thing) - if I wanted to get out of the Jacuzzi pump business, are there other pumps that can work with my motor (which is in great shape) - Gould 1 HP K56J CS, thanks



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That is an old sealed Jacuzzi pump that can not be repaired. It is one of many reasons why Jacuzzi never did well in the pump business and has gone from owner to owner over the years. Unfortunately your pump is not repairable without destroying it in the process.

Wet ends may still be available. The part numbers I have are:
850100 .5/.75 HP
9011000 1 HP
850200 1.5 HP
856600 2 HP

0199000 Gasket (2 req’d)
4516000 Flange, 2”

Good luck,

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