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On the side, where the motors shaft comes through the squirrel cage, there is a 1/4 square nut. loosen this nut as far as you need to, allowing the shaft to move. Sometimes even with the nut removed the motor shaft will not move, if this happens use some king of liquid wrench. If you have to tap it out, be careful not to mushroom the shaft end, because then you will never get it out.

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