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Screw stuck on handle

AMERICAN STANDARD HANDLE SCREW STUCK ANDI DONT WANT TO MESS UP THE STRAIGHT EDGE FOR THE SCREW DRIVER

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You mean the seat washer screw of the faucet is stuck? If that is the case, so as not to be redundant, follow the great guide on how to solve this screw-stuck problem in this handy article:
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This should get you going again.
Good luck!
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Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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