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 How do I get the spout off my faucet
Author: GeoInMo (MO)

I have a Delta Waterfall kitchen faucet that needs the O-rings replaced on the spout. Delta tells me the spout is removeable from the top by removing the plastic retainer ring but I can't get it off. Can someone tell me how that's done?

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 Re: How do I get the spout off my faucet
Author: hj (AZ)

I am not sure which one you have, but the ones I have worked on have a sleeve that you lift up and the retainer is under it.

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 Re: How do I get the spout off my faucet
Author: GeoInMo (MO)

The sleeve does lift up but it's the plastic retainer underneath I can't get off.

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 Re: How do I get the spout off my faucet
Author: LemonPlumber (FL)

It is split.use a sharp small knife at the split to pry one side away from the spout at a time then pull it forward to remove.it has three tabs that lock the chrome barrel to the brass body.delta 172 0r 174.www.deltafauces.com.support to parts break down.



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 Re: How do I get the spout off my faucet
Author: m & m (MD)

Try twisting the spout as you lift up on it at the same time.

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