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That is no fun at all! You can cut the end off the valve and insert a piece of threaded rod into the valve blade and pull it out. Use a liberal amount of WD40 or similar first. And get an Valterra Hydroflush and clip on dump valve so you can hook up your hose and control the waste so it doesn't come out all over you. I will offer a phone chat option for you so we can discuss this if you think that would help. I have a kit that I sell my customers for this sort of thing. All follow ups are included in our fee.
Not really, but I can describe it in detail in a phone chat. If you can pick up the parts first this isn't that hard.
Just checking back in to see how this turned out? Were you able to get the valve replaced without too much mess?
Great! Wish they were all that easy to fix! Thanks for getting back to me.