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I've removed the screw but can't get the handle off my Grohe Ladylux single handle faucet.

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Hi,
many times the handles will corrode on tightly....
A sharp rap from a rubber mallet will sometimes work, but most of the time you will ruin the faucet when getting the handle off...

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