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The first thing I would do is remove aererator from spout outlet. It should not be on very tight so you may be able to remove it by hand. If you are standing in front of faucet turn aereator clockwise or to your right to remove. If you cannot get it to turn wrap aereator with masking tape,duct tape or rag to keep from marring finish and use channel lock pliers or standard pliers to remove. There should be one or more brass or stainless steel screens and possibly a brass disc with a small hole in center. Also there should be a rubber washer that goes between faucet spout outlet and aereator. With all these removed , see if flow rate is improved. Carefully clean screens and disc. Reassemble in reverse order. Hope this helps.If this dosn't improve flow rate you may have to further disassemble vavle to find source of blockage. Thanks

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