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I believe this is called a turn tap. I need to replace the washer due to it dripping, however I've not had much luck removing the head. My thought was that the blue plastic piece would pop off to reveal a screw, but I've not been able to prise it off, and there's not even enough clearance to get a screwdriver under it. How do I remove this type of tap head to replace the washer?

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    Hello, and welcome to Home Improvement. If there isn't a hex hole at the back of the lever, then that blue cap must be covering the fastener. – Daniel Griscom Aug 11 '19 at 12:01
  • Is there any non-destructive method to remove it? I guess I'm just going to have to break the plastic if it won't pop out and then try to source another cap from somewhere. – Owen Pauling Aug 11 '19 at 12:23
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    use a small mirror to examine all sides of the handle – jsotola Aug 11 '19 at 17:49
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My first guess is that there is a set screw under that blue cover. If not look carefully under the handle as indicated or on the back of the handle.

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I got mine out with a strong kitchen knife screw was under the blue plastic

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