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Whenever i pull out the head on my grohe ladylux faucet, water starts to run back along the hose and down under the sink. i've replaced the head itself and the o ring but it still does it. can anyone help me? hg

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Call grohe and have them send you the hole unit hose and all they warranty it it for life it is obvious there is a slite crack in the head base, they will send it for free

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