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Monday, April 23rd 2007, 9:19am

by HooKooDooKu

Sounds like a good first shot at getting it out.

Just so you know you've gotten it out, you might want to rig up a filter to catch the screw. One simple idea would be some old pantyhose and duct tape.

Monday, April 23rd 2007, 8:27am

by whitch01

Febco 765-1 Freeze

I got caught with the freeze that seems to have gotten everyone else. As I was picking up the parts from my 765 that were broken, the screw from the assembly dropped down the pipe. New PVB is on order but in the mean time does anyone have an idea on how to get that screw out? All I can think of is to turn on the water and hope to blow it out. Help???