A broken kitchen sink sprayer is clearly an eyesore for anyone's kitchen. A broken kitchen sink sprayer can be fixed in two ways: by repairing it or by replacing both the spray head and the hose. Although it is easy to replace a kitchen sink sprayer (which normally costs around $15), you could also repair it.
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Wash the spray head and filter with water to remove debris and buildup. If your Grohe sprayer has speed clean nozzles, rub the sprayer nozzle with your hands to take off lime scale and sediment buildup. The sprayer is designed to be cleaned this way. All other models require cleaning with water.
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A pull-out kitchen faucet has a sprayer head that can be detached from the end of the faucet body. The sprayer head is on a length of hose and is convenient for spraying larger items that will not fit under the faucet. The hose and fittings on the sprayer head sometimes can develop leaks and cause problems.
Most Common Kitchen Faucet Sprayer Repair Solutions First, you need to find the leak and understand where the problem lies. Depending on where the leak is, it will require either just a minor repair or a replacement of the leaking parts. You might need to replace the spray head, the hose or both.