How to remove low priority matchmaking pool


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Most shower heads have a washer just inside the connector nut, which not only helps provide a tight seal, but holds a mesh filter or screen in place. In most designs, the washer and screen must be removed so you can get to the restrictor. Carefully remove the washer with needle-nose pliers. Turn the head upside down and tap the end against your palm to get the screen to fall out. If it doesn't, carefully remove it with your pliers. The plastic restrictor can now be seen, and, depending on the brand, it might be white, green, pink or red. Pry the restrictor out of the fixture with a flat-head screwdriver.


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How to remove low priority matchmaking pool

How to remove low priority matchmaking pool



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