I have a slightly defective nozzle that I would like to replace with a newer one
but I can't get it off. I tried grabbing the threaded part at the end with large
channel locks but it just slipped and I was afraid to exert more pressure. I
really don't want to replace the end with a new one as it would defeat the
wonderful price I got for the new nozzle.
Any suggestions on how to break it lose with minimal damage?
Yep, a dollar or two for the plastic end is Hardly a 'deal breaker'.
I have several and only one that I can recall ever failed. Of course
that assumes that the other suggestions don't work (unlikely)
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