Question about Plumbing
Unscrew it (turn left/counterclockwise), thoroughly clean it, lubricate it with liquid dish soap, screw it back in. If it still doesn't work, best bet is to get a replacement.
If, when you remove it, you find the gasket around the bottom is torn, probably ought to replace it and forego the cleaning step.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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