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I have a leak at the water connection using the connector T that comes with the set. The leak appear to be coming from the top water line? The side spray line I pulled it out snadpaper the copper line and pushed it back in place. Is ther another way of connecting the water lines if the connector is bad?

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You may have a torn or damaged o ring. Pretty much you need to get a replacement hose from Price Pfister.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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  • dennis169 Oct 11, 2010

    The leak is at the T connection that a press fit connection.

  • Mike Oct 11, 2010

    Yes, and that T is part of the hose, correct? I do not recall any press fit, but rather a fitting that press on, and is retained by a clip of some kind. Inside of the T fitting is an o ring. Doubt that you would find the correct o ring. You may need to pull the faucet to clearly inspect the area. If the metal is damaged or deteriorated, you will need to replace the faucet, which may be under lifetime warranty. IF metal is okay, I am back at replace the hose that has the t connector, Install at an angle and you can tear the o ring....Hope this helps.

  • dennis169 Oct 11, 2010

    Yes you are probably right, the fitting looks like a air hose connector. You press it in as hard or far as you can the pull it back so it locks in. I didn't think it would have an o ring in but I'll try to look, I just hate to take it all out after I just installed a new sink. Thanks again

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