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Need to bevel pvc/cpvc pipe, 10-15 degrees. Do you have a tool for this?
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Please look at Grainger item 32GF60. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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Is there a tool available that can be used to loosen the plastic nuts that hold down the kitchen faucet.
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The most commonly used tool in that application would be a basin wrench, such as item 1XDZ1.

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use a basin wrench there for removing faucets and fixtures
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Unfortunately the urinal auger is an item we do not stock, but we can order it in through your Grainger account. Please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER for details.

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If the sizes of this valve removal set does not fit for your needs, please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER to discuss the size which fits your application best.

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Please consider calling 1-800-323-0620, with detailed information in order for us to clarify your question.

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We would need more information on your particular appliction. Please call a Grainger branch, or 1-800-323-0620 for assistance.
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tight positions make thing hard to get to. stuff like this you might need to try a right angle drill or a size 1, 2, or 3 screwdriver
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I tried to use the handle of a set of pliers, but the metal broke.
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Hello,
A Drain Key wrench for Tub faucets will usually remove that drain. 1TKC2 is the Grainger Sku#

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a strainer fork its a specialty tool for removing drains
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I do not see that we have any specifically for use when installing plumbing but we do offer a variety of anti-fatigue mats. For example item # 5MHT0.
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try pink insulation! Put the paper end down and lay on pink part. very soft!
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Hello,
Well that is the $200 question & answer, if you cannot get the set screw out of the handle you will need to call a plumber. I can suggest you dissemble the valve best you can, this might require cutting the handle into pieces so you can drill out the set screw. Or get to the set screw, if there is anything hanging out enough to get a pair of Vise Grips on the set screw to remove it. This will not be an easy fix, you might want to call a Professional for help. Sorry I wish I had better news.

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Do you mean Lead Cauking? That is something Grainger no longer has, you will have to find an old Plumber

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