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My attached to spout shower diverter is calcified and really stuck.(Simple lift up lever on spout) (Tried Ca remover with toothbrush and scewdriver already). How do I remove spout to clean or replace it? No allen wrench hole underneath.

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Twist it to the left like you would a screw. If there is no allen or set screw, it is threaded on a piece of copper.

Good luck

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