Question about Garden
After taking the housing apart grab the opposite end of the impeller shaft with a good set of channel locks (my old standbys weren't sharp enough). Then while holding it tightly hit the old impeller blade with some sharp raps with a hammer, knocking the blade loose (hit the blade at a tangent, it loosens to the left like a regular nut and bolt). Once the impeller is loosened it can be unscrewed by hand and replaced.
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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