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Replaing sprayer How do you remove hose from what looks like a quick disconect fitting ? When installing the new one i think it just pushes into junction block.

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The Price Pfister web site has a video showing you how to disconnect the hose. Basically, you have to push the hose end into the junction block and then grasp the gray plastic fitting, pull the fitting, NOT the hose, away from the junction block. This sounds good in theory, but when upside down with your hands stuck in a small crevase under the sink, it can be a real challenge. Go to the Price Phister web site and watch the video. Good luck.
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  • 3cjunk Dec 22, 2010

    Ok, I realize this was posted over a year ago, but I'm trying to replace the diverter and I'm shocked at how much pressure I'm putting on the valve with no impact. I understand you have to push the hose back into the fitting and then hold down the plastic insert, but I push and push and it never moves in nor does the plastic valve stop want to move/release. Just how hard do I have to push on this thing....

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    bpalmatie101 Dec 03, 2012

    Same problem here any idease? success stories

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