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 How to Remove a Stuck Mouthpiece?

Answer Brass instruments including trumpets, trombones, tubas and French horns all require the use of a mouthpiece for the instruments to be played. A mouthpiece has a small bowl shape attached to a long ... Read More »
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How to Remove a Stuck Mouthpiece from a Brass Instrument?

We've all been there. The night before a drum corps camp, the day you're supposed to return your marching band horn to the university or school that's lending it to you—and your mouthpiece is jam... Read More »
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How to Remove a Stuck Toilet?

Some installers place a bead of caulk around the base of a toilet to hold it more securely to the bathroom floor. If this caulk is not the cause of a toilet being stuck, the other likely culprit is... Read More »
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How to Remove a Stuck Key From an Ignition?

In many modern vehicles, as a feature for theft deterrent, the steering wheel will lock when you disengage the engine. Once in a while, however, you might find your key stuck in the ignition when y... Read More »
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How to Remove a Stuck PCV Valve?

A positive crankcase ventilation valve -- or PCV valve -- is usually made of ABS or neoprene plastic. The valve presses into the crankcase or the engine block. When the valve clogs, you must replac... Read More »
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