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Grohe sprayer faucet will not retract, spring around hose below.

Similar sink in house looks the same and retracts fine.

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Check out the spring on the hose under the sink, sometimes they come loose on one end and they lose their spring back into the faucet

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Often there is a weight on the hose to retract it. or it could be hung up on the suppy piping under the sink.
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