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Trying to remove a plumbing hose

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Trying to remove a plumbing hose

I am trying to remove a hose and it isn't obvious how to do it.

Hose in question connects from a bidet breaker valve (Omnibrass BV-100 FWIW) to a bidet spray. The connecting end is rounded so nothing to get a wrench on. I don't think it is a quick connect of any sort.

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Is this simply use-a-pair-of-pliers-to-twist-off connector? What complicates matters is there isn't a lot of room to work with.

Replacing the set with an American Standard set I got at a ReStore for $60. The previous owner had the current set up installed and I have no manual, nor know what brand it is.
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Yes, use a basin wrench
thriftshopper wrote: I am trying to remove a hose and it isn't obvious how to do it.

Hose in question connects from a bidet breaker valve (Omnibrass BV-100 FWIW) to a bidet spray. The connecting end is rounded so nothing to get a wrench on. I don't think it is a quick connect of any sort.


WP_20210608_12_20_46_Pro.jpg

WP_20210608_12_20_46_Pro.jpg



Is this simply use-a-pair-of-pliers-to-twist-off connector? What complicates matters is there isn't a lot of room to work with.


Replacing the set with an American Standard set I got at a ReStore for $60. The previous owner had the current set up installed and I have no manual, nor know what brand it is.
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