Question about Aqua Flo Aquaflo Flo Master Xp2 Spa Pump 1.5 Hp Two Speed
At the end you loosened the motor thru-bolts you should have a cap covering the motor shaft end. Remove it to find the end of the shaft. Depending on the motor brand and age you should have either a flatted surface for a wrench or a slot for a screwdriver to secure the shaft from turning. Turn the impeller off counter-clockwise. Some impellers are so stuck you can not free them holding the shaft end this way. Disassemble the rotor from the pump motor and lock the whole works in a vise to then get a better grip on the impeller. Impellers are often cracked from seal failure so do not be surprised if your impeller breaks up before coming off the shaft.
The replacement part number is the 8 digits you will find molded into the impeller plastic. For a quote on a replacement part(s) please contact us thru www.arrowpools.net.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
Testimonial: "Very helpful, although the impeller did indeed break. I think my shaft is in such bad shape I will need a new motor too. I will call arrow!"
I used a 2" metal clad hose/pipe coupling (Lowe's) that fit the impella and a 2" piece of PVC pipe. I tightened the ring clamps as tight as I could without breaking. I then put an open end wrench on the motor shaft and a pipe wrench on the clamp covering the pvc. It unscrewed counter clock wise with a little effort. The impella was not damaged.
Posted on Jul 03, 2012
I removed the front cover to the impeller. Applied wd40 where the shaft meets the plastic impeller between the motor and impeller assembly. I then secured the shaft from the rear with the help of a second set of hand. I then ran a plastic strap, off an adjustable strap wrench, in the discharge hole to line up with the impeller. I secured that with a pair of vise grips. I then took a set of channel lock pliers and turned the impeller counter clock wise very carefully. Did not damage the impeller because the plastic strap gave me the traction the pliers needed to grip the impeller.
Posted on Oct 26, 2013
Another possibility was the use of an Impeller Wedge. Typically about $15 online. I did not try this but seemed feasible.
Posted on Jun 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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