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Hi All, I want to remove the Brizo Faucet Handle ModelHL5332 to change the valve pine. There is a small leak. The handle has no screw. I wonder how to remove it so I can change the valve pine inside the handle. I don't want to put too much force and damage the handle. Can anyone give me some advices? Thank you in advance.
 

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