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#1 posted 07-08-2019 08:13 PM

Soaking in Evaporust would probably work, but you will need quite a bit to fully submerge it. Next best thing would be electrolysis IMO. It has always worked for me on badly frozen parts. Other than those, soaking in various concoctions along with heat will usually get things loosened up, but might take a while.


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