I read here I should replace my motor when I could no longer tolerate the noise!
Well I guess I have a pretty High tolerance since I ordered the new motor yesterday, and Today the old one seized up for good. Grin!
I'm killing the afternoon Getting the old one apart and ready for the new motor but I hit a snag,
everything else was easy but I'm stumped on how to get the impeller apart from the motor?
I have the entire motor on my bench, wires disconnected from inside the motor, located and observed the correct Low and High voltage jumper position. Removed the motor from the base, removed the impeller cover, now I can't seem to figure out whether I just pry the impeller off, or screw it off?
Any help would be appreciated!
PS I bought an exact replacement AO SMith USQ1102