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Describe your replacing teknobili plus lever cartridge. Can't seem to b able to remove the old one.

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  • james weber Jun 14, 2012

    Hi I have a problem getting this type of lever cartridge out aswell.
    Any tips?

  • james weber Jun 14, 2012

    Hi I have a problem getting this type of lever cartridge out aswell.
    Any tips?

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