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What a timely DIY. Im about to do this myself.

Also, for your hardlines, I was able to remove mine with no drama soaking with PB Blaster once a day for a few days then hitting each fitting with a propane torch. After about 2-3 heat cycles and the use of these wrenches:

All 4 hardlines came off with no issue.
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Old 10-17-2018, 02:40 PM
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