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    Might I suggest you take Bill along to open your water tank, ps, Bill is your husband, just a thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckender View Post
    Ive seen a short piece of 4 soil pipe with notches cut out to corespond with the lid and a hole drilled through so a tommy bar can be used to slacken the lid off and also to retighten it back in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver sprinter View Post
    Might I suggest you take Bill along to open your water tank, ps, Bill is your husband, just a thought
    😂😂😂😂😂😂 errrr let me think about that NO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by runnach View Post
    See attached image, John.
    Great idea I will measure it tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by campervanannie View Post
    Great idea I will measure it tomorrow
    C'mon, what is the measurement?
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    Approx 150mm from memory. My Pilote one was very much enclosed so any "tommy bar" would need to be pretty flat.

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    not wishing to undercomplicate anything , but an angle grinder spanner should do the trick
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    A bit of feedback on this. I took along the key for my 9" grinder, not large enough and did not fit. Which left the shifter option only, which worked along with a screwdriver through hole at end of shifter, basically a tommy bar setup. Which worked and, Annie managed to remove and screw back on to a good watertight standard.

    Use of wood as described by other posters, would not work, as access is very tight. The 4" waste pipe, I would say is the better option, which Annie will organise if she ever returns to base.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runnach View Post
    A bit of feedback on this. I took along the key for my 9" grinder, not large enough and did not fit. Which left the shifter option only, which worked along with a screwdriver through hole at end of shifter, basically a tommy bar setup. Which worked and, Annie managed to remove and screw back on to a good watertight standard.

    Use of wood as described by other posters, would not work, as access is very tight. The 4" waste pipe, I would say is the better option, which Annie will organise if she ever returns to base.
    What he said but thanks for all your input and again thanks to Terry for a brilliant interim while I sort out the pipe and thanks for the lucky reel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by campervanannie View Post
    What he said but thanks for all your input and again thanks to Terry for a brilliant interim while I sort out the pipe and thanks for the lucky reel.
    Just watch for 5ne posty terry will have the bill enroute already is

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