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Last night before I went to bed there was water in my kitchen sink. This AM, there is water working in the rest of the house, however, no water coming out of my kitchen sink. I removed the aerator(sp?) and that didn't make anything magic happen. I looked under the house and saw no sign of water leaking. What could it be?

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  • chadsgirl374 Jul 14, 2009

    Yes. I replaced the faucet after noticing that the sprayer that formerly did not work was now working. Our problem is now solved :)

    Thank you for responding :)

  • Bill Johnson May 11, 2010

    do you know how to take this faucet apart?

  • George Sararu Feb 02, 2013

    The termostatic swich broke a spring and completely close the hot part of the faucet! replacement is the only feasible alternative

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Is this a single handle faucet? if so your cartridge may be clogged.If not your supply line is clogged,check the valve also.

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