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Answered 2007-12-12 04:15:28

Depending on the brand, there are 2 brass nuts. 1 is the one that holds the packing down around the stem so it won't leak (this is the easier of the 2 to get to & probably the 1 you've taken off) The 2nd one is larger (close to an inch) and it's the one that hold the valve stem in the body of the valve.

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