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Tom Bowman

11-30-2013 13:49:40

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Thanks, Bruce - I'll give that a try on Sunday. (I would have tried the water pump today, but I wanted to make sure that wouldn't be a waste of time.)

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Jason S.

11-30-2013 17:58:15

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 Re: I Dropped a Washer... in reply to Tom Bowman, 11-30-2013 13:49:40  
I can't remember for sure but I don't think it would do you any good to remove the water pump. You dropped the washer down the water outlet where the water comes out of the engine, which comes out of the head. The water pump pulls it from the radiator and pushes it thru the block and up thru the head. I could be wrong and I hope I am.

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Don Hooks

11-30-2013 18:34:32

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 Re: I Dropped a Washer... in reply to Jason S., 11-30-2013 17:58:15  
I doubt the small passage from the head to the water pump will give you access. A length of double-stick foam tape on the end of a piece of wire might hang onto the washer. The magnet might not be able to get to the washer without latching onto the head. Here is a thought: take the water pump off and tape your leaf blower to the hole in the block and maybe the washer will fly up to where you can get to it. No charge for that...


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