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How do I change the diverter on my kitchen sink single-handle faucet with pull-out spout?

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    nickygon Mar 13, 2015

    You must elaborate. Faucet type and model.

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SOURCE: my delta faucet pull down diverter tub spout is

It sounds like it could be manufacture defect. Take it back for a new one.

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