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Old 02-23-2001, 11:23 PM   #10
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Tried it once but was unable to. The nozzle is connected to a hose at the motor. The connector is very fragile. I was unable to disconnect the hose without damaging the connector. of course the only way to remove the nozzle to clean that area is to disconnect the hose. You can try removing the wiper cap and soaking the nozzle with a good penetrating oil then use a pair of pliers and GENTLY twist the nozzle back and forth in small increments. Soak the nozzle again let sit ....... numerous times. Eventually the lubricant may break up the corrosion and flush it out. Plan to spend the better part of the day in the attempt. Let me know if it works.

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