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I am repairing my Delta 200 faucet. Having a problem getting the spout off. How is that done? Thanks

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Remove the set screw holding the handle on. Pull the handle off and then remove the large diameter slotted nut holding the ball valve in place. After you remove that the spout, remove the ball valve abd then just pull the spout up and off. You may have to work it back and forth and you may have to spray some WD40 and let it sit overnight. It will come off.

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