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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would definitely take it apart to find out what is causing it to bind, that is not normal. Make sure that you turn your water supply lines off under the sink, via angle/strait stops. From under the faucet there is one or two nuts fastening the faucet to the counter, they are usually screwed on just a little more than hand tight. The problem may not be fixable, so be prepared to replace the faucet.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
If it's leaking at sprayer, and not the base where connected to hose, try this. Buy a bottle or jug of CLR. (calcium, lime, rust ) from hardware store, and pour enough in a bowl that will submerse sprayer in it. When you go to bed, or out for a few hours, turn off both taps (obviously) and relieve all pressure as well from sprayer. Now wrap an elastic around the handle of the sprayer so that lever is depressed, and submerse it in the bowl of CLR, and let it work overnight or at least for a few hours. Next Day, or Later, remove elastic from sprayer, and try it a few times and see if leak has stopped. Quite often you get calcium build up on internal washer/seal, and this will clean it off. If no CLR, you can try vinegar as well, but I find CLR better. If it appears better but not stopped completely, give it another treatment.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
Just received the new part for the domo. My model is older and is chrome with black. I have removed the top screw and need to know what is the next step in taking apart the rest of the faucet so I can replace the new part # k.32.60.00
Thank you, Stuart
Posted on May 29, 2010
SOURCE: dripping faucet
Very nice kitchen faucet. I like Price Pfister's products. To repair it you will need a phillips screwdriver to remove the handles and crescent wrench to remove the cartridges. If it is dripping then one of the faucet cartridges need to be replaced. Its best to replace both cartridges as inevitably the other one will start to leak after you've replaced the troublesome one. Your local hardware store or plumbing supply store should have a replacement cartridge for this model. Remove one of the cartridges and take it with you to ensure you get the correct part. There is an exploded diagram of your faucet on the Price Pfister site at that shows the part number for the cartridge. Good luck and let me know how it turns out.http://www.pricepfister.com/www/ImageAssets/mirror/model/kitchen/savannah/savf8h6-85/ex-036-01.pdf
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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This faucet is designed to run full open and has no adjustments for lowering the flow. I would put something around the handle to keep the lever from opening completely maybe some pipe insulation or tape. Now you could get into the hose connection where the filter screen is and make a small washer type deal with a small hole in it to restrict the flow.
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