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Trying to take a delta t17430 apart need to know how to get the stem out

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Here is the technical breakdown of your unit:

Delta T17430

Here is the repair and maintenance catalog:

Delta 17430 maintenance catalog

I believe the information you need here is on page 16 and 17.

Hope this helps!

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