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How do i disconnect the sprayer connection in order to remove the counter weight so that the tap can be removed from the sink. It is one of the quick connect types that just push in.

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There should be a ring around the female portion of the quick connect that pushes in allowing you to remove the male portion of the assembly.

If you are having trouble pushing it in use a set of adjustable pliers set to the size of the exterior ring to push it - it will be easier than using your fingers.

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http://www.pricepfister.com/about/diverter.aspx
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