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    Taking off the impeller cone

    My cone came loose last weekend and the o ring got lost so i put one a little bigger. The problem now is that I cannot take the pump out becuz is stuck. Can I apply a torch to melt the o ring and take it out?
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    Pull harder. It will come off

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    Spray carb cleaner around the O-ring. Then pull... Once it starts moving ... be carefull! BYA

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    I use a flat head screw driver and slide it in then turn it. Then do it to the opposite side. Then start prying.

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