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I can't get the impeller off. It doesn't have a screw and I can lock the shaft and try to turn it counter clockwise, but it will not budge.

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There is most likely corrosion in the threads between the impeller and the motor shaft. You will need an impeller wrench to get enough torque to spin it loose., you may have to replace the impeller if it is excessively corroded as it may be cracked as well.

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