It sounds like a tongue-twister doesn’t it? The typical pullout sprayer faucet consists of four basic components…the hollow faucet spout, the pullout sprayer wand, a flexible faucet hose and the chrome pullout hose. Most sprayer faucet leaks occur at the connections on either end of the chrome pullout hose.
Here are some repair tips if it is leaking –
1. Turn off the hot and cold water supply.
2. Find the small hose weight hanging from the chrome pullout hose below the sink.
3. Turn on the faucet and allow any residual water in the pipes to drain into the sink.
4. Pull a few inches of the pullout hose through the spout into the sink
5. Stop right now and call Scott!
That last point may make the most sense if you live in the southern Fox Valley in far Western Suburban Chicagoland. Scott is Scott Swanson the plumber who handles all of your plumbing needs large, small, and in between. Replacing your kitchen sink sprayer is a piece of cake for the owner of Bee Plumbing. Call Scott at the number listed near you on bee-plumbinginc.com.