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The sprayer hose will not pull out or retract in certain positions, especially to the side. (Moen 87017 Chrome Pullout Spray Kitchen Faucet)

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It may be getting tangled underneath

Posted on Dec 05, 2016

Testimonial: "Tom, i've checked that and it has clearance under sink, doesn't catch on any other plumbing. it seems to be stuck in the space between where the hose enters the cabinet (under the sink) and where it exits into the pull out faucet. I'm not sure how to get in there if something needs to be tightened."

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