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Need to remover the t-shaped diverter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a price pfister little emblem under neath the handle. Use a but knife and pop that off. Once that is off there is a allen bolt in there. Tighten it up, put the emblem back and away you go
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
It may also be a missing weight on the sprayer hose, or that the sprayer hose is obstructed. Open up the cabinet under the sink and look a half-loop of the sprayer hose that should be hanging down from the underside of the faucet. It must be able to descend without obstruction as you return the sprayer to the body of the faucet. If it is resting on a box of dishwashing soap or otherwise obstructed, then it doesn't have it's full weight to counterbalance the weight of the sprayer head. Capice? It needs the weight of the hose to 'weight it down'. Also, there should be a donut-shaped weight around the hose that should be able to freely slide to tha lowest position of the half-loop as the sprayer is extended and returned. Make sure that's working too.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
sounds like your diverter is stuck or improperly installed ,try tapping at diverter location to free up diverter the other thing to try is remove the little device on the end of spout make sure its not clogged with debri
Posted on May 04, 2009
Squeeze the bottom half of the 2-piece black plastic cylinder that connects the sprayer to the faucet. Gently pull down on the hose. If the connector is not a 2-piece cylinder, you need to push the connector up, as if you were connecting it, and while it is pushed up tight, pry up on the small ring on the top and gently pull down on the hose. I know it sounds like you need 3 hands, but it works (even though it is a pain).
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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