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You are doing a great job so far. The reason for the trouble is that at least on of the O-rings is still in good shape and holding the spout securely. to overcome the O-rings tension you need to rotate the spout back and forth while lifting it straight up. Try not to lean the spout from side to side, you will create for tension. This is not always easy to do, just keep at it. If you turn the water off to the faucet and open the faucet's handle(s), you sometimes get relief from the back-pressure. Remember to lubricate the new O-rings with plumber's waterproof silicone grease before reinstalling.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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