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The complete album of images is here https://imgur.com/gallery/mOgTMZ8 I have removed all of the screws and the nut shown in the picture but I can’t manage to pop off the rest of the handle to get to the cartridge. I am trying to remove the handle so I can update it to a 1700 series handle. I found a similar post here but the detail of how to remove the handle we’re not provided.

  • I think a good start would be to get some CLR and work it into all the cracks and holes. Those sleeves should just slide / twist off...... gentle prying.. – JACK Sep 21 at 19:17
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Have you tried one of these?

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These are used for removing pulleys from shafts. You are likely going to need to sharpen the points to fit. With a 3 jaw puller it's often useful to wrap a stretchy cord around the jaws to keep them from slipping off a narrow edge. The end is either a 1/2" or 9/16 end. use a socket on it.

  • I was able to borrow a 2 jaw puller from a coworker. That did the trick, thank you for the answer. – Alessandro Sep 30 at 12:36
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That's a tricky one, that back bracket is supposed to be screwed to a board, then the front part just unscrews. but without the board there pipes are likely to break if you try too hard to unscrew it.

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