Originally Posted by Sojourner
Pair of flathead screwdrivers, walk it out.
True, flathead screwdrivers work
if it isn't really stuck.
Be careful not to damage the bronze
casting, as in prying against the edge and scratching the bore up.
Tap on the impeller, see if you can get some penetrant into the metal sleeve on the impeller, and try to move it abit.
There is a pin or keyway and key in the collar of the impeller.
You can cut the fins if it helps to pry at it,or worse case heat the collar a bit, use a propane
torch, there is a seal near the area so apply heat gradually and tap.
Work it awhile and it'll come. Don't overdo the heat. Don't cook it.
When replacing, be sure to clock the impeller into the running position use some soapy water
to install and coat the metal shaft with a small amount of silicone grease to aid removal
in the future.
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