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In this video, we’ll cover how to replace a kitchen spray diverter also known as a kitchen spray hose.
Picture this… you’re preparing to clean the dishes after a splendid meal, you soaped up the dinner plates and it’s time for a quick rinse. You hit the button on the sprayer head and nothing happens, you hit it again and now the water stops coming out of the nozzle, one more time and you hear what sounds like a machine gun spraying bullets.
What’s going on?
Relax folks; this is a fairly common problem on faucets equipped with a hose and spray attachment.
The spray diverter is the likely cause of the problem and it’s a relatively easy fix.
Just as the name implies, its function is to divert the water from the nozzle out through the sprayer head when you hit the button on the back of the head.
This generally happens on older faucets (five years or older), but I’ve seen it happen on faucets that were in service less than a year.
As a general rule, the diverter is located at the base of the nozzle and you have to remove the nozzle to get to it. You would simply unscrew it and as I always recommend, take it with you to the plumbing supply or home center to match it up.
Once the new one is in place, simply replace the nozzle, hit the spray head and you should be good to go.
Now over the years I’ve run across manufacturers who have located the diverter inside the aerator where the water flows from, but the last one I saw like that was many years ago from the Valley faucet Company which no longer exists.
If you’re having such a problem with your faucet, I would recommend removing the nozzle and my bet is that the diverter will be right there sitting in the base of the faucet.
Check out the video, and if you still have questions, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was trying to remove my kitchen faucet, and I couldn’t figure out how to remove it with the U shaped brace/bracket under the sink.
Thanks to some tips on the net, I realize there was a hex nut holding it up there, but it is hard to see under a sink. I made a video with it uninstalled so someone with the same troubles could see what it looks like.