05:21AM | 07/08/04
Member Since: 02/08/04
7 lifetime posts
The other day my wife was cleaning our kitchen sink. While the water was running she took a rag and cleaned the sprayer. As soon as she did that the water pressure dropped. Now we get little water pressure out of the faucet and the sprayer does not even work. The rest of the water pressure in the house is normal. WHat the heck? Thanks


08:40AM | 07/08/04
Member Since: 07/01/03
550 lifetime posts
I suspect you have a deposit of lime in the diverter or sprayer or both. Remove the sink screen, aerator and diverter at the facucet outlet. Clean them by soaking in some vinegar or lime away. To the same with the sprayer nozzle. Reassemble and see if it helps.


11:23AM | 07/08/04
Member Since: 02/08/04
7 lifetime posts
I will try it again. I did do that the when it happened, not with vinegar or lime away.


10:11AM | 07/09/04
Member Since: 02/08/04
7 lifetime posts
I soaked the screens and there is still very little pressure with screen on. Also, the sprayer does not work at all.


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