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Unfortunately, Aquasource is an imported faucet by Lowe's, and parts are not easy to get. You might want to visit a Lowe's and see if they have a replacement diverter unit for this faucet. If you can get one, it should take about 10 minutes to install, then you'll be like new again.
I recently installed one and the center is the "holddown" hot and cold were just the hose feeds to faucet. There was a ring in center that had two screws up to base from underneath sink (hex key). Remove center ring and wiggle whole unit up and out. Dont forget to turn off water main and drain lines beforehand. Have fun.
You need to install water hammer arrestors in your basement it prevents this, if you have them already there water logged. All u do is shut off your water to your house and drain it down to the lowest point....when its done draining u fill it back up again slowly. Your water hammer arrestors may have become water logged when the new shower was installed
Sounds like the old style center-control delta type faucet, rubber washers describe older type but still good. The rubber seats have holes in middle, supply water to the cylinder which diverts water to the spout, and has a seal over top of ball allowing stem for handle.
Think they are talking about flex-hose type faucet accessory getting clogged, Maybe: lift the flex-hose faucet housing off the center-control faucet body? Water to it runs directly from center-control faucet and if broken seat gets in narrow line could inhibit spray.
Kitchen faucet spout too has an O-ring under where it connects to the faucet body. Unscrew large nut where meets the faucet body unit (slip-joint pliers), once free of threads, spout should pull straight up, easy or slight tug. I use bent paper clip to remove old one trying to save it in one piece so as to get exact size (that's important) to replace, push on one side then other.
I hope this will help please go to this web site for a downloadable parts link. If it is leaking from the spout replace the seats and springs to correct the problem. Turn water off and remove handle with a 1/8" allen wrench and remove retaining collar to access the ball assembly to remove the seats and springs.
The parts page on this link will give you a break down and hope this will help.