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Old 05-22-2009, 11:21 AM
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Default Zurn Copper Crimp Ring Remover Tool - Model# QCRRT

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How to Use: Cut the pex tubing as close as you can to the fitting that you are wanting to reuse. Insert the rounded end of the removal tools jaw into the fitting. The cutting blade of the removal tool should be positioned so that it extends all the way accross the crimp ring that you are cutting. Close the jaws until the crimp ring has been completely cut and then open the jaws. Rotate the fitting 180 degrees and position the removal tool directly opposite of the cut that you just made. Position the cutting blade so that it extends all the way accross the crimp ring. Close the jaws until the crimp ring opens wide enough to remove it from the pex tubing. Lastly, remove the small piece of pex tubing that is on the fitting by inserting the tool into the fitting just as you did when removing the crimp ring. Close the jaws and score the tubing. Rotate the fitting 30 to 45 degrees and repeat the scoring until you've made at least 8 scores accross the tubing. The tubing should now slide off easily.


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