wipe off the the top of the pump and snap a good pix of the black tag.
we can get the pump numbers off that for a parts blow up.
yea school of hard knocks on taking any thing apart on a non smooth surface like a concrete porch or drive way...
lots of small parts on this stuff....
springs that like to jump.
ball bearings that like to shoot to the next county... or try to put your eye out!
love that movie... the Christmas story... "you'll put your eye out"
must be that christmas in july vibe for me!
yup lots of small parts on a pw pump! or small engine!
use a magnet on a stick with a plastic bag over the magnet for steel bearings or steel springs in that spot in the yard..
if you do not find it then
take the empty shop vac to the spot in the yard and suck up any thing and sort it over a chunk of window screen..
you might get lucky and find it!
sounds nutz but it works!
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