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Easy one...are they the type that can be taken apart for cleaning or not?

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Mac, the one we have can not be taken apart. It is a green Hex shaped one.
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mine is also a green hex plug...the reason i ask is because one I saw a picture of was partly unscrewe and I do not want to take apart somthing that I cant reassemble

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