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The impeller is screwed on to the motor shaft; to remove it you need to hold the motor shaft at the fan end so that you can unscrew the impeller - normal right hand thread. Holding the shaft can sometimes be quite difficult so a good suggestion would be to remove the fan cowl along with the fan, this will enable you to secure the shaft with a small pipe wrench or similar. Once you have the impeller removed it will be possible to ascertain what steps need to be taken next - you may need a new shaft sleeve as well as a new mechanical seal assembly.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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