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I can't get the leaky relief valve to come off the boiler - what do I do
I have a leaky relief valve on my boiler, and I can't get that darn thing off. I don't have a lot of room to get in there with a wrench because it is so close to the return line which is right next to it, but I mean I gave it everything I have and I can't get that thing off. They didn't use teflon tape when they put it in, it has some other kind of pipe thread sealer on it that is black, and like a rock. The valve is connected to a 5 inch nipple, which is connected to a 90 Elbow into the top side of the boiler. That nipple also has the same black pipe thread stuff on it. I don't want to put a 24 inch pipe wrench on it and crank on it and bend or break the boiler, ( it's steel not cast iron)
What can I do?
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