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 Disconnecting a sidesprayer on an aquasource faucet
Author: Homekitchenrepairnovice (TX)

Hey all, I am having my counters replaced tomorrow. I need to disconnect my sink plumbing. I'm 95% of the way there, but can't separate my faucet from the side sprayer.
Can anyone help me figure out how to disconnect this fitting?
It is an aquasource kitchen faucet with a side sprayer.
Here are some images of the connection that connects the faucet head to the side sprayer:
Any tips would be very helpful

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 Re: Disconnecting a sidesprayer on an aquasource faucet
Author: steve (CA)

The little plastic piece should bend back slightly, to allow connector to separate from brass end. Sometimes the square plastic block gets squeezed to release, or there's a tab to be pushed, or just insert a small screwdriver to disengage.

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 Re: Disconnecting a sidesprayer on an aquasource faucet
Author: packy (MA)

rotate the plastic while holding the brass end. this will help loosen the connection made by the "O" ring/s inside. then follow steve's directions. i too believe that piece of plastic he pointed to will bend slightly outwards so the plastic can be seperated from the brass..

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 Thanks so much! :clap:
Author: Homekitchenrepairnovice (TX)

GOT IT! Thanks so much!

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