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I have losened all the head bolts and don't want to break anything trying to get the head off. It is one ther real good and not sure how to remove it!

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The head is being held on by the gasket.
If all of the bolts are off gently hit the head with a rubber mallet. Or gently tap a thin putty knife between the head and the jug to seperate the two be very careful not to scratch either surface. Gentle is the key word
lots of luck. If you find this helpful please leave a good rating Thanks, Jack

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