|Posted by faucetfixer on May 19, 2002 at 08:00:38:|
I also have a kitchen faucet with low water pressure, especially after the sprayer has been used.
I have discovered that there is a faulty piece in the connection called a diverter. It diverts water to the sprayer when its being used, but when it is faulty, it stays open and water passes on to both sprayer and faucet and the pressure is lost.
My only problem is that I don't know where the diverter is located, so I haven't fixed that problem yet. I actually want to disconnect the sprayer completely and then put a soap dispenser in its place.
Please give us a solution to this problem.
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