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My kitchen sink single-handle faucet with pull-out spout works fine on spray but on regular the water just dribbles out.

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I'm not sure what model you have, but it sounds like the aerator is clogged. It's the round piece with the screen on it. Probably has some debris in it. The spray probably comes out around the main aerator and that's why the spray is fine. If you can post a picture, it would greatly help. You can usually unscrew the screen and clean it. If you pull out the handle and face it toward you, it will loosen by rotating it counter clock wise. Hope this helps.

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