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Old 12-17-2001, 03:51 PM
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Hey man, its easy. Just take your time and match the old O rings to the new ones one at a time. Im not familiar with the exact pump used on your model but I suspect that they are very similar to mine.

Drain the fluid out of the pump as best you can with a suction device such as a turkey baster. Remove the return line and any excess fluid will drain out of the reservoir. Cleanliness is very important. Take the pump to a clean well lit area to work on it. As you remove parts, remember the sequence so you can get it back together again. As you reveal O rings replace them after carefull comparison to the new ones. You will probably not use all the new parts as they often have several models that covered by the rebuild kits.

Not too much to it. Good luck.
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