Kitchen faucet hose

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Kitchen faucets with pull-out sprays are highly versatile, offering a whole extra level of flexibility for washing, rinsing or any other task you need to do. However, as with anything with extra moving parts, they are also more susceptible to wear and tear than regular faucets.

If you are weighing up the pros and cons of installing one of these faucets or you are looking for solutions to repair one that’s already broken, here we look at some common pull-out spray kitchen faucet problems as well as one or two possible solutions where they exist.

Here’s a good video that will give you an idea of some of the things we’re going to be talking about.

Some of the most common problems

Now let’s look at some of the most common problems you are likely to encounter if you own a pull-out kitchen faucet or kitchen faucet with pull out spray.

1. Hose does not retract properly

Hose does not retract properly

One of the most common issues with a pull-out kitchen faucet spray is that with use, the hose stops retracting properly, and to return it to its proper position, you have to push it back in manually, which is much less practical than if it just retracts automatically.

Hoses normally have a weight attached to them which causes them to retract due to gravity. Check that the weight hasn’t fallen off. Another possibility is that the old hose is sticking to the side of the faucet. In this case, replacing the hose might solve the problem.

2. Low water pressure

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This is most likely to be due to a build-up of mineral deposit in the faucet head’s aerator. Note that this is not a problem limited to pull-out faucet sprays and can be found in commercial kitchen faucets, or touchless kitchen faucets and just about any other kind that exists.

This problem is also more common in hard water areas.

The solution is simple. You can remove the aerator and clean it with a toothbrush or something similar. If the build-up is more severe, try boiling the aerator in vinegar for half an hour. Another option is to clear the aerator manually with a pin.

3. Doesn’t sit snugly in the cradle

Doesn’t sit snugly in the cradle

With daily use and wear and tear, eventually, you may find that the spray head doesn’t fit as snugly as it once did in the cradle.

With cheaper models, this is probably something you will have to accept, and when it happens, it might be time to think about buying a replacement.

However, more advanced models incorporate cradles that are designed to minimize this possibility, extending the life of the faucet.

4. Leaky pull-out hose

Most leaks that develop in pull-out faucets occur in the connections at either end of the hose. When this happens, rather than replace the whole faucet, you only need to replace the hose itself.

For a preview of how to do it, check out this video that shows you how to remove the hose from the faucet.

The first step is to turn off the water valves under the sink. Once this is done, look for the weight on the hose beneath the sink. If the weight is screwed on, unscrew it and remove it. If it is plastic, leave it where it is for the moment.

Find the connection where the hose is attached to the water supply and disconnect it. There are several different styles – if you are unsure about how to disconnect the hose, the video above explains this aspect very clearly.

Once you have disconnected the hose, if you have a plastic weight on your hose, you can now slide it off.

Next, pull the hose out through the faucet spout above and then feed the new hose back down the faucet spout in the same way.

Go back under the sink and slide the plastic weight back onto the hose if necessary. Attach the hose to the water supply in the same way as you removed the old one. If you have a screw-on weight, screw it back on now.

Finally, turn the water supply back on and test the new hose, checking for leaks.

5. Leaking spray head

Leaking spray head

Sometimes, with a sprayer on a hose, the problem will be with the spray head rather than with the hose. In this case, you will need to replace the spray head. Here’s how to do it.

Start by turning off the water valves beneath the sink.

Next, unscrew the spray head, remove the washer and remove the C-clip.

To attach the new spray head, simply reattach the C-clip, attach the washer and then screw the spray head onto the hose connection.

6. Clogged diverter valve

Clogged diverter valve

The diverter valve is the part that directs the water from the main faucet to the sprayer when you activate it. With time, this part can become dirty or clogged, leading to lower water pressure or other issues.

To check this problem, remove the sprayer head and turn on the water. A weak flow from the hose indicates that the diverter is to blame.

If your sprayer produces a pulsating spray or water continues to come out of the main spout while you are using the sprayer, a faulty diverter is also probably the cause.

In either of these cases, the best course of action is to completely replace the diverter. Since there are many different styles, you will need to find the faucet’s user manual or search for instructions online. If you can’t find the information, you may need to call in a professional.

7. Sticking water handle

If the handle starts sticking when you try to use it, it is probably dirty and clogged. To resolve this problem, simply give it a good clean to remove any dirt and grime that has accumulated inside. Once clean, the problem should disappear.

Several possible issues, most easy to fix

With time, kitchen faucets with pull-out spray wands can develop several different problems. However, many of them are easy to fix, and you shouldn’t necessarily have to replace the whole faucet right away.

If your faucet starts giving you trouble, check through our list first to see if there are any quick fixes that might save you a bit of cash before you rush down to the store to buy a whole new faucet.

Sours: https://www.sunrisespecialty.com/pull-out-spray-kitchen-faucet-problems

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How to identify which hose your Moen faucet uses by connection type, detailed descriptions and what faucets the hoses were used with. It is recommended to first identify your faucet model number.


This guide will explain how to identify a Moen kitchen faucet hose. There have been design improvements to the faucet hoses through the years which include a variety of changes to materials, lengths and connection types.

Moen kitchen faucet hoses are not interchangeable, it is important to correctly identify your faucet hose to insure you order the correct kit. Follow the steps below to help identify your faucet hose.

Step 1: What type of faucet do you have?

Faucet hose lengths and styles vary between Pullout faucets and Pulldown faucets. They are unique to the faucet type and are not interchangeable.

Pullout Faucet

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The spray wand on a pullout faucet pulls upward or straight out toward you.

Pulldown Faucet

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The spray wand on a pulldown faucet pulls down toward the sink.

 Step 2: What type of faucet hose connection do you have?

How does the faucet hose connection attach to the faucet body under the sink?  Follow the faucet hose down under the sink to where it attaches the faucet body. The connection will look like one of the following:

1991-2003

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A Threaded Faucet hose:

The faucet would have used a faucet hose with one male or female threaded end that threads onto the metal faucet body.

Male Threaded- 98314,100620,

101198

Female Threaded-101708, 103438, 109248

2003-2007 

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A Single Quick Connect:

The faucet hose would have female threaded end that threads onto a plastic single Quick Connect. The Quick Connect is then snapped onto the smooth metal faucet body.

114297, 100612, 100613

   2007-2010 

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A Double Quick Connect:

The faucet hose would have used a double Quick Connect that is snapped onto the smooth metal faucet body.

124662 & 131381, 137028

2010-Present

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A Built-in Quick Connect:

The faucet hose will use a Direct Connect that is snapped into a flexible tube that hangs down from the faucet body.

150259, 159560

Step 3: What does the faucet hose coupling look like?

 A faucet hose coupling is a connector that is attached to the end of the faucet hose where it meets the spray wand. This allows the spray wand to swivel.

Example:

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98314-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:39" or 59"

Introduced in 1992

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Contact Moen 

Connection to the Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Threaded Faucet Hose 

Male

Used with Models

7375

100620-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Introduced in 1998

Faucet Hose Length:59" 

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Contact Moen 

Connection to the Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Threaded Faucet Hose 

Male

Used with Models

7375

 

101198-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Introduced in 1998

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Contact Moen 

Connection to the Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Threaded Faucet Hose 

Male

Used with Models

7375, V7375

101708-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length: 59" 

Introduced in 1999

Replacement

101708

Connection to the Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Threaded Faucet Hose 

Female

Used with Models

7385, 7560, 7570, 7575, 7580,  7850, 87540, 87810

103438-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:59" 

Introduced in 1999

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Contact Moen 

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Threaded Faucet Hose 

Female

Used with Models

67315, 87315

109248-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:59" 

Introduced in 2001

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Contact Moen 

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Threaded Faucet Hose 

Female

Used with Models

7385, 67315, 87315, 87540

114297-Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:68" 

Introduced in 2003

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Contact Moen

Connection to Wand

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*Original faucet hose coupling

 

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*Redesigned faucet hose coupling

Connection to Faucet Body

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 A Single Quick Connect 

Single Quick Connect: Original

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Black with 1 white clip

Single Quick Connect:   Redesign

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White with 1 black button

Used with Models

7590, 7592 , S628

100612-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length: 59" 

Introduced in 2003

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Order 136101 & 137028

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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 A Single Quick Connect 

Single Quick Connect: Original

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Black with 1 white clip

Single Quick Connect:   Redesign

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White with 1 black button

Used with Models

7385, 67315, 87315, 87540 

100613-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:59" 

Introduced in 2003

Replacement

Original faucet hose is obsolete.

Substitution:

Order 136101 & 137028

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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 A Single Quick Connect 

Single Quick Connect: Original

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Black with 1 white clip

Single Quick Connect:   Redesign

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White with 1 black button

Used with Models

7570, 7560, 7575, 7580, 7850

 

124662 & 131381-Pullout & Pulldown Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:68" 

124662 Introduced in 2006

131381 Introduced in 2007

Replacement

124662 comes with a 136101 Quick Connect

131381 faucet hose only

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Double Quick Connect

Double Quick Connect: Original

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Black with 2 white clips

Double Quick Connect:   Redesign

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White with 2 black buttons

Used with Models

5955, 5995, 7175, 7545, 7592, 7594, 7597, 7599, 42519, 67315, 87003, 87005, 87006, 87007, 87211,87316, 87450, 87550, 87555, 87556, 87599, 87999, CA8955, CA7175, CA7545, CA7590, CA7592, CA7597, CA7599,  CA7594, CA87003, CA87006, CA87007, CA87010, CA87011, CA87012, CA87020, CA87054, CA87055, CA87094, CA87315, CA87316, CA87550, CA87555, CAS658, CAS758, CAS6208, CAS7208, CAS61708, CAS71708, CAS71709, S728, S6208, S7208, S7597, S61708, S71708, S71709  

137028-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:59" 

Introduced in 2007

 

Replacement

137028

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Double Quick Connect

Single Quick Connect: Original

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Black with 2 white clips

Single Quick Connect:   Redesign

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White with 2 black buttons

Used with Models

7385, 7560, 7570, 7575, 7850, 87315, 87540, 87666, CA7575, CA7570, CA7560, CA87315, CA87666

The following two hoses below are almost identical. You will need to know you model number in order to select the correct hose. 

150259-Pullout & Pulldown Faucet Hose-Manual Operation

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Faucet Hose Length:68" 

Introduced in 2011

 

Replacement

150259

 

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Built-in Quick Connect 

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Used with Models

5923, 5925, 5958, 5965, 6124, 6615, 7175, 7185, 7295, 7565, 7592, 7594, 7615, 7664, 7864, 9124, 9125, 21538, 21595, 46201, 87014, 87022, 87023, 87024, 87028, 87032, 87035, 87038, 87045, 87047, 87055, 87113, 87114, 87211, 87233, 87599, 87066, 87090, 87096, 87126, 87245, 87235, 87228, 87304, 87355, 87394, 87402, 87407, 87499, 87519, 87699, 87791, 87794, 87801, 87807, 87808, 87814, 87836, 87877, 87879, 87910, 87912, 87966, 87997, 87998, CA87003, CA87006, CA87011, CA87020, CA87094, CA87559, S5505, S5235, S6208, S6235, S720, S7235, S52003, S53004, S61708, S62308, S72003, S72308, S72103, S73004, S73104, S73709, S75005, 

150259-Pulldown Faucet Hose-Handsfree-(Motionsense Dual Sensor, Wave Single Sensor, & Smart Faucet)

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Faucet Hose Length:68" 

Introduced in 2011

Replacement

150259

 

 

Connection to Wand

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Connection

Follow the pulldown faucet hose down under the sink. The hose will either attach directly into the gray or black control box or to a secondary extension hose using a Quick Connect.

 

Used with Models

5923EW, 7185E, 7185EV, 7185EW, 7565E, 7565EV, 7594E, 7594EV, 7594EW, 7864EV, 7864EW, 87014EW, 87087EW, 87340E, 87350E, 87359E, 87359E, 87696EW, 87087EW, S72003EV, S72308E, S72308EV, S73004EV, S75005EV

159560-Pullout Faucet Hose

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Faucet Hose Length:59" 

Introduced in 2012

Component number on bag 177906

Replacement

159560

Connection to Wand

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Connection to Faucet Body

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A Built-in Quick Connect

There are two versions of the built- in Quick Connect:

  • A black built-in Quick Connect with 1 white clip
  • A white built-in Quick Connect with 1 black button

Used with Models

7285, 7545, 7585, 7294, 7626, 21579, 67315, 87017, 87039, 87377, 87450, 87454, 87557, 87601, 87659, 87701, 87799, CA7545, CA87316, CA87550,  S7597, S71409, S71709

Underdeck Faucet Hose For Faucets With A Separate Handle

Underdeck faucet hoses have gone through design changes throughout the years.  Verify your connection type before choosing a hose.  

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  • The arrow is pointing to the water flow hose that connects the handle to the spout. This underdeck faucet hose only contains water when the faucet is on.  
  • The underdeck faucet hose is about 21" long from end to end.
  • There are three version of the underdeck faucet hose. They are not interchangeable.

Compare the three images below  to identify your underdeck faucet hose.

Underdeck Faucet Hose 1

114307-Original

2003-2014

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The 114307 original underdeck faucet hose has 2 black plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each black plastic built-in Quick Connect has a white release clip. There is also a label with component number 148709 and the name Cooper Standard.

*The original 114307 and the 114307 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Faucet Hose 2

114307-Redesign

2014-Present

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The redesigned 114307 underdeck faucet hose has 2 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.                                                                                                        

*The original 114307 and the 114307 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Faucet Hose 3

159582

2016-Present

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The 159582 underdeck faucet hose has 2 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.                                                                                                                         

*Not interchangeable with the original the 114307 or 114307 redesign.*

114307-Redesign

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The top of the underdeck faucet hose connection is about 1/16".

159582

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The top of the underdeck faucet hose connection is about 1/2".

*Not interchangeable with the original 114307 or the 114307 redesign.*

Underdeck Supply Hose For Faucets With Two Separate Handles

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  • The arrow is pointing to the underdeck supply hose that connects the handle to the spout. This underdeck supply hose only contains water when the faucet is on.  
  • The hose is about 34" long from end to end.
  • There are three version of the underdeck supply hose. They are not interchangeable.

Compare the three images below  to identify your underdeck supply hose.

Underdeck Supply Hose 1

114299-Original

2003-2014

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The original 114299 underdeck supply hose has 3 black plastic built-in Quick Connects.  Each plastic built-in Quick Connect has a white release button. There is also a label with component number 148776 and the name Cooper Standard.

*The original 114299 and the 114299 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Supply Hose 2

114299-Redesign

2014-Present

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The redesigned 114299 underdeck supply hose has 3 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.                                                                           

*The original 114299 and the 114299 redesign are interchangeable.*

Underdeck Supply Hose 3

159581

2016-Present

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The 159581 underdeck supply hose has 3 white plastic built-in Quick Connects. Each white plastic built-in Quick Connect has a black release button.

                                                                                    

*Not interchangeable with the original 114299 or the 114299 redesign.*

114299-Redesign

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The top of the center underdeck supply hose connection is about 1/16".

159581

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The top of the center underdeck supply hose connection is about 1/2".

*Not interchangeable with the original 114299 or the 114299 redesign.*


How to Identify if My Product is Warrantied


For additional information on Moen products visit solutions.moen.com and select the type of product you are repairing. The guide will contain repair details, troubleshooting and specific information on assembling handles associated with that style of product.


Sours: https://solutions.moen.com/Article_Library/Faucet_Hose-Retractable
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How To Replace Delta Kitchen Faucet Sprayer Hose

Over the course of time, kitchen sink sprayers often break or become clogged with various mineral deposits causing faucet system problem. These can harden and crack or wear through from rubbing against something, creating a problem. When stopgap measures fail time and time again the best solution in such cases is to replace the delta kitchen sprayer hose. And if the water quality at the area you live is not very impressive then you'd want to consider changing the type of kitchen faucet you have so you don't have to deal with replacing the faucet over and over again.

Your number one thought would be to call a plumber but before doing that think it through as you can also become your version of a plumber and do it yourself following these content-based solutions from the ones available.

In this article, you are going to see exactly how to disconnect sprayer hose from delta faucet by yourself.

Tools and materials required for this procedure

You need to have all the necessary things for this Do-It-Yourself process, before you start as it will save you time and frustration of last-minute shopping trips and having all tools and everything ready ahead of time. These are available at most home improvement centers and kitchen plumbing supply stores that have almost everything.

  • One sink wrench
  • One crescent wrench
  • Basin wrench
  • One new sprayer
  • screwdrivers
  • two pairs of channel – type pliers
  • One sprayer replacement kit
  • One small bucket
  • One plumber's putty
Approximate time required: 40 minutes
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Before going through the trouble of replacement

A mineral deposit on the spray nozzle may be the cause of the faulty sprayer problem. But before you replace the hose try soaking the head of the sprayer in a bowl of warm vinegar to dissolve any minerals that may be causing the problem. This should enable the nozzle to work properly and if it does not then proceed with replacing the entire assembly.

But you have to determine if the hose assembly is too old to continue clearing the deposits or replacement of fixture is required for sake of daily convenience.

Identify the type of delta kitchen faucets with sprayer hose

You will find that disconnecting the sprayer is easy but for that, you need to identify what type of faucet you have. Based on models, there are three main types of delta kitchen faucets with sprayer hose.

Type 1: Center set kitchen faucet with two handles including the faucet, the hot and cold water shut-off valves, and the veggie sprayer are set in a line on the sink.

Type 2: Widespread kitchen faucet with one handle. It has a separate veggie sprayer with a single handle.

Type 3: Single handle pullout kitchen faucet: its faucet stem doubles as the veggie sprayer.

Once this is done you should follow the instructions.

Steps to replace the delta kitchen faucet sprayer hose

Step 1: The basics

Firstly, to replace the sprayer hose from delta faucet is to shut off the water supply by closing the shut-off valves to the faucet under the sin, diverter or the main shut-off valve for the entire house and drain the remaining water by running the sprayer.

The diverter redirects water from the faucet to the sprayer and it activates when the sprayer is on.

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Step 2: Disconnect the sprayer hose from delta faucet

The second step in replacing the delta faucet sprayer hose includes to disconnect the sprayer hose from the delta faucet or the outlet tub.

For this, you need one wrench to hold the brass connection and another pair of pliers to unscrew the slide nut. If you do not grip the brass fitting and hold it steady, you might twist the copper tubing leading to the faucet and break it.

To disconnect sprayer hose is easy because of the snap-on connection. For this, you need to follow these instructions.

  1. Reach down to the counter and locate the outlet tube and then identify the sprayer hose that is connected to it.
  2. Check if there is a c clip lock securing the connection between the sprayer hose and outlet tube. If yes, then unclip it and place it away securely as you need it later to fasten the sprayer hose back on.
  3. Unscrew the mounting nut with the pliers. The body of the housing may turn so you have to hold it steady while loosening it.
  4. Then cut the sprayer housing into two and pull the old one through deck fitting.
  5. Place a small bucket underneath it so when you disconnect sprayer hose, any extra water that is there will flow to the bucket from both the outlet tube and sprayer hose.
  6. Unscrew the remaining length of the hose from the faucet nipple. Remove the old jam nut from the deck fitting and remove the old fitting.
  7. You may need to press down or pull up on the connection to disconnect it, depending upon the type of connection.
  8. In the case of a pull-out faucet type, there will be a weight placed through the sprayer hose. Remove it.

With the hose disconnected from the faucet pull the sprayer housing up. Take the sprayer head and hose with you to the home improvement center or hardware store to purchase a replacement sprayer of any company from among the brands available.

Step 3: The process of removing the Sprayer Head

Now remove the sprayer head. Follow these steps for type 1 and type 2 of delta kitchen faucets.

  • Loosen the sprayer head from the hose by turning the slide-nut in anticlockwise direction.
  • Remove the spray head and keep it aside.

If you have been using it for quite some time now, there will be mineral deposits that will make it difficult for you to open and turn it.

For a solution to this, mix white vinegar and water in equal quantities and soak the sprayer head in this mixture. After about half an hour, you will be able to take the sprayer head off the housing.

For the delta faucet type 3, the sprayer head also functions as a faucet stem or spout. For detaching the sprayer head for this type, follow these steps:

  • Pull the sprayer out.
  • Create a loop with your sprayer's hose so it would not go back down the faucet.
  • Check if the sprayer is connected to the head in a snap-on/quick release connection or a threaded in a connection.
  • If it is a quick-release connection, press the button to disconnect the spray head.
  • If you have a threaded connection, use a basin wrench to loosen the nut and then disconnect the spray head.

Step 4: Pull out the sprayer hose

Pull the sprayer housing up and out of the mounting hole.

Step 5: Check for any leakages

Re-open water supply lines, run the faucet and check the sprayer hose assembly for any leaks and the spray head for any corrosion.

If there are leaks, though it is unlikely with delta assemblies unless their snap-on mechanism is loose, use silicon glue on that area and another way is to replace the sprayer hose.

Step 6: Install new sprayer hose fitting

Now that you have removed the old sink sprayer, you need to install the new sprayer housing by inserting the tailpiece through the mount hole or hole in the sink deck and then feed the hose through it from above.

fitting the spray hose

The housing should have a gasket of some type around the base. If it does not, you can put a small bead of plumber's putty under the base to help seal it when housing is mounted on the sink.

For this, follow these steps:

  • Connect the hoses back to the spray head.
  • Put the hose through the sprayer's hole for type 1 and type 2 faucets.
  • Put the hose through the faucet's neck for the pull-out type.
  • Make sure that the sprayer heads are back in place.
  • Through navigation, locate the copper or the outlet tube.
  • For pull-out type, put the sprayer hose through the weight.
  • Then connect the sprayer hose to the outlet or copper tube.
  • If it had a crimp seal, secure it with it.
  • Tug a little on the sprayer hose to make sure it is secure using threads.
  • Apply pressure against the housing if tightening the nut causes the housing to twist.
  • Slide the hose through the deck fitting from above and tighten the faucet‘s nut until it is snug.

By now you have completed the procedure, disconnected the sprayer hose, and put it back together. Plus you did not need anyone else's help either, that's the best part.

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