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Delta tub valve how to replace

I got the retainer clip off but don't know what is still holding valve in

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Depending on how old the valve is; it could just be held in by mineral deposits over time. Once the circlip is out, AND THE WATER PRESSURE IS OFF, just re-attach the handle and pull it out. The handle should give you the extra grip needed to get the assembly out.

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