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Unable to loosen and unscrew kitchen faucet screen...

I'm trying to install a water filter to the kitchen faucet and I am unable to loosen the tip of the faucet that contains the screen. It has to unscrew in order to fit the filter onto the end of the faucet. I'm guessing that there is a large amount of lime built up but I'm not sure. I've trying to soaking the tip of the faucet with CLR and attempted to unscrew it with several different pliers but I'm unable to even loosen it at all. What can I do?

P.S.> We have a water odor and taste problem from our well so I really need to install this filter.

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If you have a lime problem, try soaking the tip in boiling water with vineger added to it. The acetic acid in the vineger disolves the lime. I did it just last week when I serviced my kitchen faucet. It may take quite a while for the lime to disolve, but in the end you will achieve your goal.

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