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Hi there, I have a 27007 Freehander that was just installed by a plumber. When I turned it on to test, the right hand side of the swing arm, pulled away from the mounting assembley, and water shot up through a little hole on top of the mounting block. Is this a defect, or fixable? thx jeff

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Without being ther and seeing I ofcourse can't be sure but based on what you have told me I would lean towards defect. There is no such thing as perfection in any assembly line. It's not ever easy to block water under pressure from coming from a place it was not designed to come from

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