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I have a spray head that is clogged and won't allow any water thru

There is a locking pin and underneath seems to be a cartridge. Can't seem to get the cartridge out...would this be the problem?

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  • Bonard Allen May 04, 2015

    Hi Maureen Holte, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? What brand and where located- sink, shower, etc. Also do you have "hard water"?

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Yes, a cartridge could clog it. However, if you can't get the cartridge out, try soaking the faucet head in a container of vinegar.

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SOURCE: I have a pull out

take old sprayer with you and you should be able to get one at a hardware or even at homedepot.most sprayers come apart. maybe the rubber ring is bad on inside of sprayer.

Posted on Apr 21, 2011

SOURCE: can i buy the rubber insert for the head of the faucet which you press for either a spray or straight water flow

YES.TAKE THE OLD 1 WITH U WHEN GETTING A NEW.1 SIZE WILL NOT FIT ALL

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