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Were you wanting to try and replace the whole pump, or see if we can break the motor loose and put a new seal and impeller in and essentially use the old pump still. The new pumps are definitely available, that's no problem. Just let me know, thanks, Jeff
Ok, no problem. Give me about an hour or so to access my office files and I'll get right back to you with the exact part number you need to order it yourself online. Thanks, jeff
Will do, sleep well!
Ok, 06115000-1040 is the one you'll need. If you just Google that number, it pops up on a lot of sites, so I'd just shop around for the best price. Anywhere from $200 to $250 is a good price. They normally do not come with a chord on them, so make sure you keep your old chord to put on the new one. Before you remove your old chord, write down the color of wires that go to common, low speed, and high speed because they'll most likely be in different positions on the new pump diagram. I can help you with it if you need any. Just let me know if you still have questions, I'll be happy to help. Thanks, jeff