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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cap may simply pry off.
Posted on Apr 11, 2018
Testimonial: "Nope...it has to screw off but I'm not sure if it can be achieved with just a strap wrench or whether there's a special tool. If you look down into the top of the tap with the handle removed there are two recesses machined into what looks like a locking collar. I believe some sort of adapted socket is what is used to screw the whole thing off."
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Take the cartridge out, Place a mug style cup over the open faucet. Now if your arms are long enough you can do it alone. If not have some one under the sink and open the valves both hot and cold.
You might have left junk inside from the old cartridge. Then place your hand on top to cover the hole where the cartridge was and see if water comes out of the spout,
If you done get water out remove the spout and clear ir and put it all back together again.
Be safe. Best of luck
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