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I have a GE 1/2hp motor (Lead-R-Line model 5KH47HR1086) used on an evaporative cooler that has sealed bearings and a mounting "disk?" on each end. Is there any way to remove the mounts and repack or replace the bearings?

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Probably you have to loosen the rear mounting as well so that you can get a little bit more play in the movement to fir the bolt in.
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SOURCE: how to remove left motor mount 1998 gmc jimmy 4.3 motor

take both frt skid plates off lift motor to ease pressure on mount undo mount center bolt raise motor abit more undo bolts to mount at motor

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SOURCE: can my front bearings be repacked or are they sealed and need to be replaced?

no they can not be they must be replaced they are sealed bearings

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SOURCE: replace the engine motor mounts and the transmission mount. Would like to know how to do it. Thanks.

Check the frame mounts too. You will have to loosen the bolts and jack the motor up with a jack and a woodblock.

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SOURCE: evaporative cooler not getting water from water line

The pump is probably gone. the way it works is a float allows the water level to stay the same in the reservoir so check that. Water is pumped up to the hoghair and trickles down into it. A big old blower pulls the wet outside air into the room. We call that one a swamp cooler down here on the gulf. Go outside and spray some water on the unit to cool down the house till you can get the pump replaced.

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