Polaris 180, 280 Not Moving (Changing the Wheel)

Polaris 180, 280 Not Moving (Changing the Wheel)

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  • Swimming Pool Tips, Reviews & How To -MrDgvb1

    Ha ha. Glad to hear you got the problem fixed.

    June 6, 2017 at 12:18 pm
  • Dan Kearney

    I finally got out all the pcs for both bearings and then was able to "rebuild " each bearing and replace them (until I get 2 new ones). Thanks for your reply and the videos. I am now planning to go into business as a Polaris repairman after taking your "class"……:-) i am much more knowledgable now.

    June 6, 2017 at 12:38 pm
  • Swimming Pool Tips, Reviews & How To -MrDgvb1

    You can get the broken piece out with a screwdriver from the opposite side of where it is stuck in. Just put the tip of the screwdriver on it and hit the screwdriver with a rubber mallet. It should pop right out

    June 6, 2017 at 1:15 pm
  • Swimming Pool Tips, Reviews & How To -MrDgvb1

    Yes. Just replace both sets of bearings. Once they fall apart that is the end for them. It is the same bearings for the other 3 wheels: part #C60. They are like $5.00 each online. Hope that helps.

    June 6, 2017 at 1:33 pm
  • Dan Kearney

    Can You contact me w/ a pm to discuss changing out the smaller "drive wheel" on the other side of the cleaner. I was checking the bearings on it and a plastic piece theta kept the individual bearings separate came off from the inside bearing, leaving the steel bearings to roll around and next to each other. So far I am unable to put this piece back into the wheel. Should I attempt to remove the rest of that bearing (as well as the second one on the other side) and replace them?

    June 6, 2017 at 2:03 pm

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