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Hi, i would suggest to check the faucet and make some adjustment for proper water flow and if you already replaced the faucet then this problem should not occur , i have had same problem and i had called A-General for this and they fixed easily all issues ,please take some help http://www.a-general.com
There should be a nut and washer clear up against the bottom of the counter top. I think the clip you are looking at holds the spout hose to the diverter assembly. You need to look beyond that to see the nut you are looking for. I could be mistaken, but every one of this type of faucet I have seen mounts this way including Delta. It is not easy, there is no room to work up there but it can be done. The best way is with a large basin wrench (a sort of swivel-head jaw on a rod) but with some perseverance and possibly a colorful word or two it can be done with a large pair of slip-jaw pliers too, I've done it.
That faucet base unthreads at the bottom assuming you have it uninstalled from the counter top (Deck) The gasket runs about 9-10$ US. Always keep in mind Delta has a GREAT! customer service help line. If you didn"t know about this here's their number 1-800-345-3358. They will help with anything Delta.
ps. Next time you have a question let us (the plumbers) know how far you are into the installation or un-instillation you are. with your plumbing problem.
Remove spay head from the end of the sprayer hose and turn the water on. If you have good pressure without the head, call Delta and ask for a new spray head. If you still have low water pressure without the spray head attached, call Delta and ask for a new ceramic disc cartridge free.
always replace cast iron if its not a problem to do so, especially if it looks rough or is leaking or rusting. there are simple special black neoprene boots used to connect cast iron to pvc and do not require anything but a screwdriver, no slovents or sealers are required. always check for leaks if you make an underground connection before you cement the spot back up. its better to use gravel to fill this area in if your particular situation will allow.
If you mean to turn off the water to the faucets, they should be installed under the sink where you can get at them. Usually they are put right on the end of the supply pipes coming up from the cellar.
You most likely have cast iron drains.They work fine for 20 or 30 years or so. Then they rust from the inside out, they scale up sometimes to the point that they close completly off .My point is that any grease or food matter that gets in the drain can stop it up. the quick fix is to run a drain snake throught it then after you get it to drain you might use some professional drain cleaner to further clean out the line. If I'm correct about your drains, you ll need to replace them in the near future.