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Just to confirm you are referring to the combustion motor on the pellet burner?
Ok same motor assembly but used on several stoves.
Have you tried a thin blade behind the mount surface? This has a layer of high temperature sealant on it..
So you talking about removing the blower wheel from the shaft?
have you removed the set screw and it is just frozen in place still?
And I assume you are replacing the motor and just want to save the wheel for the new motor?
on the flat edge of the shaft on the wheel hub. It is usually a small allen wrench set screw
See this picture for an example
depends on the age of the unit.
Some just pop out with the motor assembly and you have to take it off the motor
The end result is that set screw is the only way the wheel is coming off