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Q:I can not get my drain plug out. I guess i screwed it in to tight. Any suggestions to get it out.Asked on 6/22/2009 by none from Tx
A:Try using a spray lubricant, but look at product information to be sure it wouldn't harm your gel coat. Tapping the product with a wrench handle may also help to loosen it up.Answered on 6/25/2009 by Matt from Overtons
A:If all else fails, drill the middle of the plug out and unscrew with a pipe extractor (from Lowes or Sears). This is how a plumber gets stubborn drain plugs out of tanks.Answered on 8/9/2012 by Max from Franklinville, NC