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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
remove the handle,, Now you don't say if its the handle or the swing spout thats hard to turn, but this will work on both , (make sure the water is turned off) remove the retaining ring that holds down the ball cover sleeve, take that off and remove the either brass or plastic ball, NOTE: be sure and keep track of the direction of the slots in the ball so it goes back in the same way, some only go in one way, its those others that will give you fits ... once thats off remove the swing spout,, Now at home depot or most hardware stores they have plumbers grease, Its Kind of tacky but clear, and usually comes in a little disc , rub that on all O rings that you can see, replace any that look pinched or worn, reassemble,, your good to go !!
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
The passageways in the diverter part of the faucet are very small and can get dirt stuck in them....the diverter is a plunger like piece that will slide and stop the faucet when it senses flow from the sprayer...
The only hope of cleaning this out is to do this...
Take off the supply tubes or pipes at the hot and cold supplies... then blow compressed air....a air compressor with 100 psi air and a blow gun works best...backwards through the hose and out the supply tubes....this should blow out any built up dirt in there and get the passageway open again...you also could try to open the faucet valves... take the aerator off the spout and try to blow through there also... just in case there is build up in there also...
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
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