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Heater metal tube broke in block how do i get it out

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Thats a real pain in the A. unfortunately it has rusted itself in so it won't twist or pull out. What I do is, spray it with plenty of WD40, go have lunch then hammer a screwdriver/small chisel down one side of the tube to split it then pry it out, its a pain but it's really the only way, sand the hole and use sealant on the new one. Good luck.

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