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Yes docc that's it. I've been trying to pry it up without success. Guess I'll have to resort to my Dads' advice for solving problems "Apply yourself!"

Cheers!

John

 

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Jeez Louise! It's just the small button in the middle that pops off and exposes the hex hole. I thought the entire thing was a cap. Duh.

I'll just go sit in the corner now.

 

Thanks guys!

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I don't get around these parts much anymore but I just read through this thread and have to say I miss the back and forth between John (ratchethack) and Dave (dlaing).

Too bad things regularly got out of hand...

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I'm updating this old thread because I've been trying to pry up that chrome cap for hours.  Turns out the grey plastic center is the cap/plug which covers the hex drove hole in the chrome nut.  So simple once you've seen the center cap removed :)

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15 hours ago, paulmiller said:

I'm updating this old thread because I've been trying to pry up that chrome cap for hours.  Turns out the grey plastic center is the cap/plug which covers the hex drove hole in the chrome nut.  So simple once you've seen the center cap removed :)

Welcome to the forum.

Yeah, that is one of the things that is way easier once you see how it works. But until then, it can be quite perplexing.

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