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Purchased a replacement sprayer (with hose) for a Pfister Contempra faucet. How the heck do you remove the old hose from the handle assy?
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The sprayer itself may be attached to the underside of the wiper arm and is removable. Carefully remove the sprayer, disconnect the hose, and turn on the wiper and the washer. It liquid comes out of the hose, the sprayer is clogged. If no liquid comes out, the hose could be clogged, so replace the hose. You need to find the other end at the black plastic manifold that divides the washer flow into the two sprayers. Disconnect the passenger side and blow into in, just in case to unclog it, then try again. If the washer is working for the driver side, that manifold is unclogged.
Soaking the sprayer overnight in vinegar could unclog it., but the sprayer is cheap to buy new.
If you can come up with a model number I may be able to find your cap. No promises but I will certainly give it my best. I realize this is only a 5 liter sprayer and most likely powered by a hand pump for an air supply. The hardware may or may not have spare parts for your sprayer. However there is a good chance we can locate a cap for you on line.
Check your owners manual for a parts list. If you do not have your owners manual, I would suggest that you take the name of waterblaster and the model number of the blaster, plus the model, type and code of the engine to your local small engine repair shop and see if they can order the parts for you. I am assuming that this is a pressure washer!
We use the both the 425 and 475 solo sprayers most days at work and when they start to lose pressure ( after 6 months of daily professional use) we purchase a complete seal kit and put it through them. The only part I can't work out how to remove is the inside cylinder, other than that everything else is easily removed and replaced.