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My gold quite 3 rattles when draining. The

My gold quite 3 rattles when draining. The spin bar on bottom
is loose and want to tighten it

to see if that fixes it.
How do you tighten it

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Turn the plastic center screw counter clockwise. The bottom spray bar is supposed to be loose so it will rotate under water pressure. Rattling maybe coming from diswasher/cabinet contact, or debris caught in the main pump or drain pump, or the food disposer.

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