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Have a Blanco single-handle pull-out faucet with single-stream and spray option. Spray option can be turned on and off with a twist switch on top of the faucet. Our faucet is now stuck on spray option and will not switch back to single-stream. What can I do to fix it?

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Contact Blanco and the company will send you a new sprayer handle for free.

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Unscrew the part where the water comes out and remove the enterior parts paying close attention to how and the order in witch the come out so you can clean everything good and put it back together and pay close attention to the twist switch and how it operates. This shought fix the problem your having.

Posted on Jul 01, 2011

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