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How do I get a replacement woven hose that connects to the pullout faucet head and goes under the sink?

The woven hose that is connected to the pullout faucet/sprayer head and goes under the sink is cracked. Did try wrapping it with waterproof tape for a temp fix but it does not work. Need the replacement piece and not able to find. Was purchased this a few years ago as a kitchen sink/faucet combo. Believe the glacier bay was purchased at HomeDepot and the # that may help is SM1071

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Take the old one to home depot and have them find a replacement

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