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To open the pump shut off power at the breaker and remove the six bolts and pull back the power end.<ref>https://www.troublefreepool.com/threads/grinding-noise-around-pump-and-multiport-valve.193183/post-1702724</ref>
 
To open the pump shut off power at the breaker and remove the six bolts and pull back the power end.<ref>https://www.troublefreepool.com/threads/grinding-noise-around-pump-and-multiport-valve.193183/post-1702724</ref>
  

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Checking the Impeller for Debris

To open the pump shut off power at the breaker and remove the six bolts and pull back the power end.[1]

Don't remove the back cover like he does in the video at https: //youtu .be/Hy1meV5Y4iQ.

Remove the diffuser and check the wear ring and impeller.