mark holland: for video... only thing I would definetly recommend getting the removal tool.... I tried using a wrench like shown, broke the little cross pieces. luckily I was able to remove once I bought the removal tool
Jorge Diaz: Love it great video very helpfull
Hari Sapkota: Thank you soooooooo much, you saved my life.
99hourvideos: Wrench with screwdriver trick! Exactly the 2 second tip I've been searching for! Thank you!
Justin Turner: Thank you!
kiml: So helpful! You saved me some money. Thank you!
Charles Rinehart: Nice video. I have this problem.
G La: You forgot to say how long before the putty cures! Thats important!
CalmPlains: Thank you!
lpgft: how did you know this was the leak ??
rcmodelr: But how do you do this when the drain collar is tight enough the type of wrench shown in the video only twists the "cross sights" off of the collar but the collar remains tight where it was???
popeye646: THANK YOU !!! YOU JUST SAVED ME FROM A PLUMBER COMING IN. SAVED ME A COUPLE $100.00
Gambler77713: Thanks for the video, it showed what I was looking for.
Abe Giordano: Good tip! Thanks!
HomeOwnerRepair: Great video. Thanks for posting.
Chris Hard: Thanks for this video. Been waiting two weeks for a plumber to fix my bathtub. Now ive just don it myself.
Jassem Alrajab: thank you that will help.
SONSHINEAGLE: Hi I have a really old mobile home with a set of taps all in one piece, the lines are older copper. I just got a new tub surround Can I just remove the face plate that holds the taps. I don,t have a leaking problem but I need to install that tub surround. Thank You
Kent Lovejoy: Great information! Wish I would have seen this before I called the plumber.
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