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Leaking blanco masters s baby tap how to remove hose end

Leaking at hose end ? Needs new seal how to remove old seal ? Special tool , if so whats it called

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THE FLEX HOSES HAVE SEALS BUILT IN NO EXTRA SEALS ARE NEEDED. ON THE BOTTOM OF YOUR PIPE WHAT TYPE OF THREADS ARE THERE / USUALLY THESE ARE 1/2 INCH MALE PIPE THREAD AND WHERE IT CONECTS TO THE FEED VALVE IS 1/4 INCH OR 3/8 INCH COMPRESSION FITTING, IF YOU ARE USE FLEX HOSES GET THE STAINLESS BRAIDED HOSES THEY HAVE LESS OF A CHANCE OF BLOWING APART AND FLOODING YOUR HOME. HOPE THIS HELPS WITH THE INFO I'VE GOTTEN

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Blanco BM5300 "Eye" tap and need to

There are several other methods.
Pop out a screw-cover cap on the end of the top of the handle.
Unscrew the base of the handle.
Unscrew the lever off the handle.
Pop out a small setscrew cover plug on the side of the handle under the lever. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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SOURCE: i have a single handle blanco classic that is

You need to turn the water off under the sink. Disconnect the sprayer hose from the threaded shank under the center of the faucet body. Pull the spray head out of the faucet. Contact Blanco to receive your faucet parts free.

Posted on Nov 07, 2010

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SOURCE: Blanco Eye Kitchen tap cold water is leaking from

Hello doy.. get a can of WD-40 penetrating lubricant and spray it on the seam connecting the lever and the body. It will penetrate within an hour or so. Repeat if necessary.

Also use a plastic head or a rubber head hammer to tap it up.

Joe

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