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I am getting black particles in water of kitchen faucet only

Can it be deteorating line which allows the faucet head to be extended beyond handle? If it is can I get a replacement that will not release particles after only a few years of use?

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Are the particles hard or soft?

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My Delta kitchen faucet is putting out small black particles with the hot water. What can I do to stop it?

Is the kitchen faucet the only problem? If not, then the water heater or other problem may exist in the water system.

When you run the hot water, are the particles always coming out or do they go away after while?

Black particles can be caused by carbon water filters. Do you have a filter? Those particles stop over time.

Washers and "O" rings that are wearing out can cause black particles. I would check under the sink to see if you have any slow drips. You may see white, green or black colors along the fittings.

I've also seen black particles from algae in the line. Maybe there's a leak somewhere in the system that dripping and cause the algae to form? Inspect your water lines and checking for leaks anywhere in the system may help. If you turn off all your faucets, washer, hose bibs and check the water meter, is it still moving? I'd check it every 15 minutes for an hour to see if there is a slow leak.

Here's a diagram that shows all the parts:
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I'd also take out the aerator and see if it's clogged.

You may have to change the washers and "O" rings.

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It sprays fine but off the spray thair is no presuser . we replaced the water lines in the house we have good preasure though out our home jest not at the kitchen sink

One of the greatest things about Franke Faucets is that they have a lifetime guarantee. If you recently changed the waterlines in the home then more than likely when the water was turned back on or lines pressurized the settlement in the water main (Outside of your home) was activated and clogged the aerator. Most aerators simply turn counter clockwise (With the water off) after remooving the aerator simply clean and dislodge any particles in another sink. As for the pull out, some models have an inline screen located between the hose and the faucet handle. Simpy remove the handheld faucet (With the water off) and clean the screen.

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We just installed a Moen Banbury songle handle faucet, and we have very little water pressue. The pressure in the rest of the house is fine, and we cleaned out the aireator filter. Any ideas?

Hi jaryan--
Sometimes when you valve off a water supply, particles of rust or mineral deposits break free and travel along down the pipe when the water comes back on, only to stop when they reach a small opening. In this case, it could be the faucet's supply line.

You already cleaned the aerator, which would have been my first suggestion. The next step is to visually inspect the supply lines for the faucet. Are any of them kinked or twisted? If they look good, the next step is to valve off the water at the shutoff valves closest to the faucet-- they should be on the plumbing under the sink.

Next, disconnect the supply lines to the faucet at the point closest to the faucet. Using a bucket, aim each supply line, one at a time, into the bucket and slowly valve on the water. How is the water pressure? Do any rust particles come out? Flush each line until the water runs clean and strong. Before you reattach the supply lines, use a flashlight to check the hardpiping on the faucet itself and visually check for any obstructions. Remove any suspected blockages manually.

Reconnect the supply lines to your faucet and check its pressure again. If the faucet's pressure is still low, you may have a clog in the faucet's interior mechanism.
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Hello. When the pipe froze it may have dislodged a piece of scale or rust from inside the pipe. When the water flowed again the particle moved up to the small hole at the valve and caused a partial block. You'll have to shut off the water supply and disconnect the supply line on the hot side. You may be able to open the faucet and blow back through to try to remove the blockage. If this don't work remove the faucet handle and pull the cartdrige out to clean it. Remember to close the water supply.

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On the tip of the faucet there is a screen on it, remove the screen by unscrewing the it counter clockwise use a pair of pliers with a rag on it to keep from scratch the faucet end then if you have a large volume of water you will have to clean the screen out by flushing it out backwards and using a tooth pick to get out any particles yo can get out of the screen. there is the possibility that the faucet control handle is defective to but would do the screen test first.

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