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 Delta kitchen faucet spout stuck
Author: iceberg (MT)

I have a single arm delta kitchen faucet and I have been trying to take the spout off to replace o-rings but the spout is stuck and I can't get it off. Don't want to break it. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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 Re: Delta kitchen faucet spout stuck
Author: packy (MA)

run cold water thru it for a few seconds to sorta shrink the O rings a little and try again.
work the spout back and forth while forcing it upwards.

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 Re: Delta kitchen faucet spout stuck
Author: CarmenLittle (AK)

Mine Delta kitchen faucet spout stuck and I am also looking for the suggestion online and I am glad I found your post where I found my answer.

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 Re: Delta kitchen faucet spout stuck
Author: Marsyas (Canada)

Are some steps you can try to remove a stuck spout from a single-arm Delta kitchen faucet without breaking it:
Turn off the water supply: Before attempting to remove the spout, make sure to turn off the water supply to the faucet at the shut-off valves located under the sink.
Lubricate the spout: Use a lubricant such as WD-40 or a penetrating oil to lubricate the base of the spout. Allow the lubricant to penetrate for several minutes.

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