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Swing arm too loose

The swing arm on my 19655 ssd swings to freely, would like more resistance.

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    I should add that the faucet is brand new its not worn.

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What I have doen in the past is to take the compression nut off. Wrap teflon plumbing thread tape around and between the two o rings and tinghened the compression nut back down,tightening the worn swing arm joint.

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