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The sprayer for the kitchen faucet does not have propet pressure.

I replaced the sprayer. No pressure.

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Beings you replaced the sprayer, that eliminates the aerator and screen.
However, there COULD be an aerator screen at one or both ends of the flex hose the sprayer head attaches to, which might have build-up partially blocking it/them.
Finally, make sure the hose itself isn't semi-plugged.

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SOURCE: Single lever kitchen faucet with pull out sprayer is leaking.

same here..some duct tape should do the trick or you can pay for a repairman

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SOURCE: I can't disconnect the quick connect sprayer hose Price Pfister

Squeeze the bottom half of the 2-piece black plastic cylinder that connects the sprayer to the faucet. Gently pull down on the hose. If the connector is not a 2-piece cylinder, you need to push the connector up, as if you were connecting it, and while it is pushed up tight, pry up on the small ring on the top and gently pull down on the hose. I know it sounds like you need 3 hands, but it works (even though it is a pain).

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SOURCE: Moen kitchen sink faucet side sprayer is stuck on

We had this same problem. We twisted off the sprayer cap to access the diverter valve under the trigger. The nylon diverter was stuck down into the cavity and was not popping out when the trigger was released. We pushed it down several times with needle nosed pliers to release it then applied a drop of household oil lubricant with the valve pushed all the way in. Then pushed and released several times to work the lubricant around the sides of the valve. After re-assembly, the sprayer seems to work perfectly again.

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