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post #5701 of 7180
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Originally Posted by galletabah View Post

Try with oil or dishwasher soap

Ok but i turn and nothing unscrews do i have to pull?
post #5702 of 7180
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Originally Posted by Gm3show View Post

Noob incoming, how do i take this apart the tube i am going crazy any help thumb.gif

Get a big allen key which fits into the fitting so you can make a "counter rotation" while turning the big "ripped" part of the fitting into the other direction.
post #5703 of 7180
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Originally Posted by Dschijn View Post

Get a big allen key which fits into the fitting so you can make a "counter rotation" while turning the big "ripped" part of the fitting into the other direction.

Is there any video out there that explains at this point desperation is sinking in smile.gif
post #5704 of 7180
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Originally Posted by Gm3show View Post

Is there any video out there that explains at this point desperation is sinking in smile.gif

Maybe this pricture helps:


Edit: It is a 8mm allen key.
post #5705 of 7180
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Originally Posted by Dschijn View Post

Maybe this pricture helps:


Edit: It is a 8mm allen key.

At this moment this looks like this i want to put the new tube but cant unscrew the two piece compression fitting

post #5706 of 7180
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Originally Posted by Gm3show View Post

At this moment this looks like this i want to put the new tube but cant unscrew the two piece compression fitting

... the fitting can take a allen key internally! So you stick the allen key into the fitting with the tube and turn it to the opposite direction that you turn the ripped part of the fitting you can grab with your fingers.
post #5707 of 7180
i turn and turn try to pull as well and it turns but stays the same

post #5708 of 7180
I think that one is a rotary fitting. Try and turn the small ripped section into the other direction than the allen key.
post #5709 of 7180
I think i figured this out this fitting does not come apart i have to apply the tube with force on top of the fitting no? rotary fitting turns and turns so i dont see another way and there is no screw marks visible check the photo





Edited by Gm3show - 9/30/16 at 6:24am
post #5710 of 7180
still nothing but i found
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Originally Posted by JunkStar View Post

It really sounds like either ur doing it wrong (sorry) or the threads are completely ****ed which would surprise me since they seem REALLY sturdy... smile.gif

I am trying to this i think he is using the same fittings i see no screw marks on the fittings do you have to pull or use a hammer ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzlDdae3vgg

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