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Blanco side sprayer fell off the hose

How do I get it back on? I do not see any nuts or bolts or threads. Help.

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If the sprayer fell off the hose and you see no threads to screw it back on with, then the retainer clip has gone bad. Unscrew the sprayer at the bottom of the piece that came off the hose. There should be a little metal clip. That clip holds the sprayer on the hose. If the clip came off once it will again. Buy a new sprayer assembly with a new clip, unless someone has one sitting around.

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Turn off the water supply valves beneath the kitchen sink. Turn on the faucet and squeeze the trigger on the sprayer to empty any water left in the supply lines, faucet and sprayer.
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Hello. The side spray base is held in place with a washer and a nut on the underside of the sink. Sometimes this nut gets a bit corroded and can be difficult to remove. Here is what you will need to do. Borrow or purchase a faucet wrench. These are available at all hardware stores, home depot, lowes. Also get a can of a lubricating spray called WD 40. This is sometimes a two person job so call a friend. One person under the sink and one above, use the faucet wrench to grab ahold of the nut surrounding the hose. As you are looking up at it it will come off by turning it counter clockwise. If it doesn't come right off spray it with WD-40 and leave it for 30 minutes while the penetrating oil does it's magic.
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