Need advice pls?

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Need help fixing my under my kitchen sink faucet part the sprayer part won't stay attached!! here's some pic hope can help understand what I'm asking help without having to replace the hole faucet!! Heather Kuder


Just nowI got advice from someone on my Facebook page too cut the tube,and attach the tube onto the metal part where tube post to go and then clamp it on? I just don't know if that would work?? Or what size of a clamp I would need?Ok this hole faucet is basically brand new! And that part for sprayer is just a pop on.no screwing.just pushed on! I've been wondering if maybe some caulking or a river ring seal might help it stay in place?

It sucks because with this hole faucet if the sprayer messes up or tubing cracks a hole in the tubing,and I can't even turn the water on at all!! I remembered back in day when a kitchen faucet if a part broke or messed up I could go and just get that part,but know kitchen faucet are them built all-in-one deals!!



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  • Em Em on Sep 19, 2021

    New ones only run about $20. so not a big expense.

  • Betsy Betsy on Sep 19, 2021

    Hi Heather: Are you sure you screwed it on correctly? Sometimes things screw in the opposite direction. What is the brand of faucet you installed? That might be helpful to us. Thanks

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Sep 19, 2021

    Hello. Sometimes older parts how have deterioration from use or mineral buildup . A replacement might be an option to consider.

  • Heather Kuder Heather Kuder on Sep 20, 2021

    Ok this hole faucet is basically brand new! And that part for sprayer is just a pop on.no screwing.just pushed on! I've been wondering if maybe some caulking or a river ring seal might help it stay in place?

    It sucks because with this hole faucet if the sprayer messes up or tubing cracks a hole in the tubing,and I can't even turn the water on at all!! I remembered back in day when a kitchen faucet if a part broke or messed up I could go and just get that part,but know kitchen faucet are them built all-in-one deals!!

  • Simple Nature Decor Simple Nature Decor on Sep 20, 2021

    hire a plumber, I tried to fix mine and caused a bad leak

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Sep 20, 2021

    If you are uncertain how to proceed, an hour of a plumber's time would be money well spent. UNLESS there is a small part like a pin or screw missing from the setup. Google the name of your faucet and compare the pictures of how it goes together. Good luck!

  • Heather Kuder Heather Kuder on Sep 21, 2021

    I got advice from someone on my Facebook page too cut the tube,and attach the tube onto the metal part where tube post to go and then clamp it on? I just don't know if that would work?? Or what size of a clamp I would need?