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 Low Flow to Rohl Side Sprayer
Author: jkipp96595 (DE)

Can you adjust the water flow with a Rohl 9.03272 Rinse Connector? We had to replace the sprayer hose due to a pinhole leak and now the flow to the sprayer is much lower than we want? What can we do to increase the flow to our sprayer and, in turn, reduce the flow to the faucet (Rohl U.4719 - Georgian Era Bridge Kitchen Faucet)?

Can you also change the mix of hot and cold water to the sprayer with this connector? If so, how do you adjust this mix?

Many thanks, in advance, for your help!

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 Re: Low Flow to Rohl Side Sprayer
Author: packy (MA)

not much info ut there about this faucet.
there generally is a diverter in the hose connection at the faucet end.
to my knowledge they are not adjustable but they can get clogged with debris.
maybe rohl can send you some info along with a new diverter. that may help ??

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 Re: Low Flow to Rohl Side Sprayer
Author: Tom130 (IL)

It looks like there's a diverter under the spout part number 9.13362 . You could try cleaning or replacing that. There is an exploded parts diagram at [images.salsify.com] . That faucet has a limited lifetime warranty, you could try contacting Rohl to see if they'll cover it.

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 Re: Low Flow to Rohl Side Sprayer clap
Author: jkipp96595 (DE)

Thank you for the information. I will reach out to Rohl for part replacement and additional installation info.

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 Re: Low Flow to Rohl Side Sprayer
Author: bernabeu (SC)

both the sprayer AND the faucet should NOT be flowing at the same time

when the sprayer is 'activated' the faucet should go 'off'

the flow rate is determined by the valves (the lever handles)

BOTH the faucet and the sprayer have aerators

you may simply need to clean the sprayer's aerator to restore the faucet to 'pre hose change condition' (which, if both flowed at the same time, was in need of service ANYWAY)

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