Nothing through the side but you do have to remove the stand pipe from the top cover before lifting it off. Two bolts and it should pull straight up and out, maybe a little twisting needed. There are O rings there to consider and I found one of them hard to see because it gets compressed over the years and looks like the rest of the metal around it. There is one on the end of the tube that slides into the pump and one on the top mating surface of the tube assembly where it meets the top of the lift cover. I can post some pictures if necessary. There are quite a few "hidden" o-rings. When I got the pump rebuild kit it came with a O ring kit and I wondered what the heck all the O rings were for 'cause I hadn't seen that many in there. Upon taking it apart and probing around with a pick they became more apparent. Make sure you find all of them 'cause a small leak can cause a big problem.
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