I have a couple of identical handles in other toilets in the house and the grub screws turn ok (not cracked).
Short of sawing it off I don’t know how to get the handle off.
The reason I need to remove it is the screws are loose and also it needs oiling as the handle is stiff
Maybe a basic question but any idea how to remove this cracked grub screw? I can’t find a way of getting it out. This is preventing me from removing the door handle.
I’ve tried a few Allan/hex keys and a smaller key whilst packing in round it. Nothing has worked.
Yeah sadly I think this is the case here. I’m reluctant to damage the plaster work and potentially crack the tiles as it weighs 187kg/30 stone
Just unsure whether it’s a mad idea to cut it in situ or not
We have a domestic 1000L expansion vessel that has failed and needs removing. It has been drained of all water and has been isolated from the mains water.
The door frame is too narrow to remove the vessel unless we take off the architrave and frame.
Would an angle grinder be possible to...
I’ve replaced Euro Cylinders before, but in my new house the French doors have a central pillar attached to the slave door that isn’t screwed in on the side. Therefore I’ve not been able to remove this pillar yet in order to replace the cylinder.
I’ve attached pictures of the top and bottom...