On Friday, December 4, 2015 at 3:14:29 AM UTC-5, Micky wrote:
Yeah its kinda nice when old threads reappear. it reminds me of some of what was going on back then.
my dogs puddle and susie were still alive and healthy, my marriage was still together, stuff like that
replying to Ed Pawlowski, Devon Heron wrote:
I let liquid wrench soak over-night and didn't help... saw an earlier comment on
this thread and used the Creme-brulee torch (didn't harm the chrome) on the
set-screw for 30 seconds. (2 tries).. then the screw finally started to move...
now I have a fancy twisted hex-wrench! :-)
replying to ItsJoanNotJoann, Woodchuck wrote:
What is your point? Have setscrews stopped sticking on Delta faucet handles?
Or are you saying that all possible ways of freeing stuck setscrews have already
been presented here? I ask this because I have a stuck setscrew on a Delta
kitchen faucet this evening, 11/16/2016, and I found Devon Herin's post from
seven (7) months ago helpful and encouraging.
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