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I have a Troy Bilt power washer model 020415. Water leaks from between the pump head and the pump. Are there seals that can be replaced or does the whole pump head need to be replaced?

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There will be a seal on the input shaft to the pump
pull the engine of the pump, remove the coupling section and then remove the seal

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