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    Sucked up debris

    Hi guys,

    on my way back to shore yesterday we ran through some weed debris and I sucked some up.

    I got a knocking sound and no throttle. There was debris lodged both sides of the impeller. I cleared the intake grate side but can't get the other side out. Is it worth me taking to the dealer or try removing it myself by taking off the pump?

    I'll add a picture later, it's minor weed stuck in there.

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    This shows you how!! great thing about Forums is you can use the advanced search function and find a lot of things when your new to the group. Do advanced search and only search Spark Section so its a lot easier!

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    Tried to follow the guide but the 3 bolts were just too tight.

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    Sounds like you need to work out a little bit.....

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    If able to get @ bolt tap the wrench with your hammer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaholic6801 View Post
    Sounds like you need to work out a little bit.....
    That made me laugh this morning, it sucks having to take the pump off

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