I have a kitchen sink faucet where the metal sheath on the pullout spray
head tubing has come loose at the spray head end. It's a Kohler single
lever faucet, white plastic, model number unknown; the spray head itself
appears to be part number 75167.
There seems to be a ferrule of some sort inside the screw-on fitting at the
end of the tube, but I can't tell if it was crimped onto the sheath, or
perhaps welded. Anyway, before I operate, would anyone know if these things
are DIY repairable, or do I have to find a whole new tubing assembly?
I think you're talking about the kind that is separately mounted. I've put
that kind in before. The one I'm concerned with now pulls out from the
faucet itself and has to fit and match. If you or anyone knows where I can
get that kind for under $50, I'd be very happy to hear about it ;-)..
YES!!! I have the same model and problem! The
hose itself is universal and can be purchased at
Home Depot or Lowe's.
Now, does anyone know any tricks to disconect
the old hose from the water supply? If I didn't
know better, I'd swear the thing is welded on!!
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