kitchen sink faucet spray-hose leaks on entering sprayer

Subject: kitchen sink faucet spray-hose leaks on entering sprayer:
A few years ago my wife redid the kitchen ($$$!), and for the sink got a faucet-apparatus from Newport Brass (like $700!).
Anyway, I suppose it's from pulling the sprayer+hose apparatus out of the hole (down to space under the sink with pipes, etc), over and over and over, the connection between the hose and the sprayer (where the hose goes into the hand-sprayer device) has recently, all of a sudden, started leaking.
Well, not just leaking, but spraying out backwards out in a "cone" shape around the hose.
My question: how to fix the (damn) thing?
I thought I'd ask here before calling Newport Brass and likely being told they'd be happy to send a new hose,etc for maybe $200 or so.
Thanks!
David
PS: Looking at it again, I have *no clue* as to how to get (pull) the hose out of the sprayer so as to be able to better shove (insert) it back in.
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Just to replace the hose? On every other brand I've ever worked on, there is a connection at the bottom of the faucet, under the sink. You just unscrew it and put the new one in place. It pulls out through the hole. Replacements are available at any home store of plumbing supply. The spray portion just unscrews also.
If you have some sort of fancy brass thing that went bad, you may have to buy a new head from the manufacturer and pay big bucks.
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David Combs wrote:

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It's been my experience that a faucet as expensive as that is usually guaranteed for life, you might check with the manufacturer.
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Thanks all!
Will call them.
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