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Nozzle replacement The part that controls the flow of the stream of water has come out and needs to be replaced. What is the part and is it repairable?

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  • Ann Edmonds May 05, 2013

    We actually contacted BLANCO and provided a picture and they sent free of charge the piece we needed. It was the aerator.

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