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I'm being told that my Delta sink sprayer is proprietary and the plumber did not bring "the right" sprayer hose on the truck. Aren't these hoses universal?
No not universal different manufacturers make different designs,connections even same company may make a few faucets and change the fittings on each one
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the sprayer handle by disconnecting and blowing into it and pressing sprayer handle and/or for possible kink at main body or hose by disconnected sprayer point hose into sink and turn on water. If no water the the diverter in main body is not working properly and needs to be reassembled or replaced
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Your incoming water from the well is contamiated. A delta faucet will combine oxygen with the water and make the sulfer smell come out. It could also be iron bacteria causing the smell. Look in the back of your toilet tank and see if your have reddish or black stringy algae looking stuff growing in there. If you do, you have iron bacteria and it will smell.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
SOURCE: Have Kohler diverter, GP 75878
Shut off water supply Under Sink: · Unscrew brass connector for spayer hose · Disconnect single water line to faucet bysqweezing lever on connector and Gently pulloff. · Loosen two screws on faucet base washers thenunscrew the washers on thebrass faucet shaft ( NOTE: Have someone hold the fauct so it does Not accidentlyfall in sink when the support washers are removed) · Take faucet out of sink · Unscrew brass collar at base and remove · Remove Set Screw on lower body of faucet · Pull out Brass Mechanism from faucet · The Diverter is located in the Brass mechanism · Remove the Washer · Pull off the small top valve in center of theDiverter, if still there · Using a large wood screw that fits/screw intothe exposed hole In the center of The plasticdiverter, screw it in and pull out the remaing part of the old diverter · Flush out Faucet to remove any remaining debrie · Replace with new diverter and replace washer · Grease all areas that where greased when mechanismwas removed Remove & clean the faucet Airrater and replace only afterEVERYTHING has been Completed soyou can flush the faucet out again into the sink, then replace.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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