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HDX 7-Piece Irrigation Tool Set
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HDX

7-Piece Irrigation Tool Set

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This 7 Piece Plumbing Tool Repair Kit with Pouch is ideal for most plumbing repair projects as it includes all the necessary tools for basic household plumbing repairs. This set includes 1 Phillips Head Screwdriver, 1 Nipple Extractor Handle, 2 Interchangeable Nipples, 1 Pipe Cutter, 1 Spool of specialty plumbing tape and 1 Tool Storage Pouch. The extractor's 2 interchangeable nipples will accommodate most 1/2 in. and 3/4 in. risers.

  • Ideal for basic household plumbing repairs
  • Durable pouch to keep the tools in one place
  • Each tool is designed with the homeowner and professional in mind
  • Basic tools get the job done in less time
  • Made from durable materials

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all I need is the tool for the valve box. Can I buy it separately? I don't need a cutter or Philips screw driver.

Asked by: mustangjet
Hi, mustangjet! Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Please click the following link to view nipple extractors: http://www.homedepot.com/s/nipple%2520extractor?NCNI-5 We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2016-09-21

hdx irrigation tool set-How do I work the ratchet cutter

I feel stupid.
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi Brian, Ratchet cutters operate much differently than scissors and wire cutters do, so don't feel bad. Pull the handles apart to open the cutting jaws. It might take both hands to do this. Place the plastic pipe into the jaws and close the cutter blade onto the pipe where you want to cut it. The handles will close completely when you squeeze them, but the blade will stop short of cutting through the pipe. Open the handle and listen for a ratcheting sound. When you hear the clicking sound, stop and squeeze the handle again to pass the cutter blade through the pipe. Repeat this process until the cut is complete. Travis
Answered by: TravisHDAtl
Date published: 2015-11-07
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