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Replacement kitchen sink sprayer will not fit

Please help! The unit already had an old existing sprayer that was malfunctioning. The old one unscrewed from inside a fixture. The new is a different size and it appears to fit over not inward. Do I need to convert it or what converter do I need. There also a nut that I can take off but it still does not fit.

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It might be easier just to take the sprayer back and get the corrct brand to fit your faucet. The other option is to takke the two missmatched pieces to the hardwareor plumbing supply house and let them match us the transition fitting.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider Jan 28, 2009

    It might be easier just to take the sprayer back and get the corrct brand to fit your faucet. The other option is to takke the two missmatched pieces to the hardwareor plumbing supply house and let them match us the transition fitting.


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