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Remove aerator in recessed Pfister faucet

Old Classic 2.2 gpm aerator

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SOURCE: Replacing Cartridge Valve in Kitchen Faucet

A little WD-40 was all it took, although it was quite difficult to remove using lock wrench pliars.

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SOURCE: How do I remove the aerator on a moen pull out

It should just unscrew. You might need some needle nose pliers as the aerator may be slightly recessed.

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SOURCE: How do you remove aerator from franke pullout

A small crescent wrench should do just fine. Just be careful not to cross thread when putting it back on.

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SOURCE: New Price Pfister Ashfield Bath Faucet - Hot H20 pressure is weak

check if any valves are not fully open first. if its a replacement of one that was working fine then the taps are most likely duff

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SOURCE: I installed a Price Pfister kitchen faucet model low water pressu

yes it should have a flow restrictor in the end of the spout. You might need to clean it out

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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