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    This is the lid to my fresh water tank and with my RA I struggle to tighten it when I have cleaned the tank if Bill closes it then I cannot undo I t if he is not around is there some sort of tool that I can get to open and close it.
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    I can't really tell what size it is but one of those tools that elderly people use for getting lids off jars,or get a length of wood,put two screws in with the diameter of the centre apart,leaving the head sticking up an inch should do it. Hope that makes sense...it does in my head
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    A knob turner! Well I never....

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    A knob turner! Well I never....

    I'll go and lie down now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by campervanannie View Post
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    This is the lid to my fresh water tank and with my RA I struggle to tighten it when I have cleaned the tank if Bill closes it then I cannot undo I t if he is not around is there some sort of tool that I can get to open and close it.
    It looks like a stick, 1x1 inch and a foot long with a couple of rubber doorstops attached could be made to help open it.

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    I sincerely hope no one tries to turn my knob with a knob turner.

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    Maybe an oil filter removal chain

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    Try some lubrication on the knob.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r4dent View Post
    Maybe an oil filter removal chain

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    No but that led to a good tool an oil drum wrench I think might do the trick cheers.
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