Introduction

Replacing a kitchen faucet pull-out spray head is affordable and easy for individuals to do on their own. There are many different reasons a person may need to replace their kitchen faucet pull-out spray head. Often times a kitchen faucet pull-out spray head becomes clogged with mineral deposits or the handle on the nozzle breaks. This guide will assist readers in replacing their kitchen faucet pull-out spray head as well as the hose without having to seek assistance from a professional.

Image 1/2: Shut off the water supply by turning the water-control valve. Image 2/2: Not all water control values are the same so some nozzles may vary.
  • Located underneath the sink is the water-control valve.

    • Shut off the water supply by turning the water-control valve.

    • Not all water control values are the same so some nozzles may vary.

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Image 1/3: Unscrew the kitchen faucet spray head nozzle counterclockwise off of the hose assembly. Image 2/3: Unscrew the kitchen faucet spray head nozzle counterclockwise off of the hose assembly. Image 3/3: Unscrew the kitchen faucet spray head nozzle counterclockwise off of the hose assembly.
  • Pull on the kitchen spray head nozzle to reveal the connected hose.

  • Unscrew the kitchen faucet spray head nozzle counterclockwise off of the hose assembly.

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Image 1/2: Remove the c-clip that is located on the pull-out sprayer connection point with a small flat head screwdriver. Image 2/2: Do not discard the gasket. It can be reused unless damaged.
  • Remove the rubber gasket from the hose to reveal the c-clip.

  • Remove the c-clip that is located on the pull-out sprayer connection point with a small flat head screwdriver.

    • Do not discard the gasket. It can be reused unless damaged.

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Image 1/2: Unscrew the hose from the main faucet’s water line connection point. Image 2/2: A wrench may be necessary in order to loosen the nut.
  • Pull on the sink faucet spray head from above the sink to find the main hose connection point to the water line located underneath the sink.

  • Unscrew the hose from the main faucet’s water line connection point.

    • A wrench may be necessary in order to loosen the nut.

  • Remove the hose from the sink sprayer location.

  • Connect the new hose by pressing it into the connection point. Then screw hose back on clockwise.

    • A wrench may be necessary in order to secure the end of the hose to the nut.

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  • Apply plumber's tape to the male threads on the new sink sprayer head to avoid leakage.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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