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I have a single handle blanco faucet. i removed the hex screw, but handle will not come off. is it stuck or is there something else to remove? Thank you, Bruce Eige (fishguy69@att.net

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Hi,
No the handles will sieze on there with time... the minerl deposits from the water will weld them right fast...

Tap it with a light hammer and work it to get it to loosen...but I have broke many tring to get them loose...

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