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How to Install a Pullout or Pulldown Hose

 

This article will explain how to replace a faucet hose.


Preparation: The water supply shut off valves must be turned off- see article How to Turn Off the Water Supply to the Faucet.


Before removing the hose from the faucet body, you will need to identify which hose style the faucet uses. See chart below.

Hoses Style To Disconnect To Connect

Threaded

1991-2003

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The faucet hose has one male or female threaded end that threads onto the metal faucet body. 

1. Remove the hose weight.

2. Use a channel lock or pliers to unthread the hose coupling off of the threaded metal faucet body

3. Grab ahold of the sprayer and pull the hose out through the faucet toward you.

1. Tighten the spray wand onto the hose.

2. Insert the hose into the opening of the faucet body and feed through.

3. Thread the hose onto the threaded metal faucet body.

4. Install the hose weight onto the hose on the spray wand side a few inches up from the bottom.

Single Quick Connect

 2003-2007 

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The faucet hose has a female threaded end that threads onto a plastic single Quick Connect. The Quick Connect is then snapped onto the smooth metal faucet body.

1. Remove the hose weight.

2. Disconnect the Single quick connect from the faucet body:

Quick Connect Types:

  • Black with white release tab-Squeeze the white tabs together and push the tabs in. Pull the quick connect off of the faucet body.
  • White with black release tab-Press and hold the black button to release the quick connect from the faucet body and pull the quick connect off of the faucet body.

3. Remove the quick connect from the hose by unthreading it from the hose.

4. Grab ahold of the sprayer and pull the hose out through the faucet toward you.

1. Tighten the spray wand onto the hose.

2. Insert the hose into the opening of the faucet body and feed through.

3. Thread the quick connect into the hose. 

4. Slide the quick connect onto the the faucet body.

  • Black with white release tab-Insert the end of the quick connect over the faucet body and and press the white tab in to lock the hose into the faucet body.
  • White with black release tab- Insert the end of the quick connect over the faucet body and. There will be an audible click to let you know the faucet body is secure.

5. To test this, gently tug on the quick connect.

6. Install the hose weight onto the hose on the spray wand side a few inches up from the bottom.

Double Quick Connect

2007-2010 

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The faucet hose will use a double Quick Connect that snaps onto the smooth metal faucet body. 

1. Remove the hose weight.

2. Remove the Double quick connect from the hose:

Quick Connect Types:

One end of the double quick is attached to the faucet body and one end is attached to the hose. Follow the instructions below to disconnect the end closest to the hose. 

  • Black with white release tab-Squeeze the white tabs together and push the tabs in. Pull the hose from the quick connect.  
  • White with black release tab-Press and hold the black button while pulling the hose out from the quick connect. 

3. Grab ahold of the sprayer and pull the hose out through the faucet toward you.

 

1. Tighten the spray wand onto the hose.

2. Insert the hose into the opening of the faucet body and feed through.

3. Remove and discard plastic cap from end of pullout hose.

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4. Attach the hose back onto the quick connect.

  • Black with white release tab-Insert the end of the quick connect over the faucet body and press the white button in to lock the faucet part in. 
  • White with black release tab- Insert the end of the quick connect over the faucet body. There will be an audible click to let you know the faucet shank is secure.

5. To test this, gently tug on the quick connect.

6. Install the hose weight onto the hose on the spray wand side a few inches up from the bottom.

Built-In Single Quick Connect

2010-Present

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The faucet hose will use a Direct Connect that snaps into a flexible tube that hangs down from the faucet body. 

1. Remove the hose weight.

2. Remove the hose from the built-in quick connect:

Quick Connect Connection Types:

  • Black with white release tab-Squeeze the white tabs together and push the tabs in. Pull the hose out of the black quick connect housing. 
  • White with black release tab-Press and hold the black button to release the quick connect from the spray hose and pull the hose out of the white quick connect housing. 

3. Grab ahold of the sprayer and pull the hose out through the faucet toward you.

 

1. Tighten the spray wand onto the hose.

2. Insert the hose into the opening of the faucet body and feed through.

3. Remove and discard plastic cap from end of pullout hose.

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4. If using a non-snap on hose weight, install the hose weight. If using a snap on hose weight, move to step 5

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5. Slide the hose into the built-in quick connect:

  • Black with white release tab-Insert the hose into the built-in quick connect and press the white button in to lock the spray hose in.
  • White with black release tab-Insert the hose into the built-in quick connect. There will be an audible click to let you know the spray hose is secure.

6. To test this, gently tug on the quick connect.

7. If using a snap on hose weight, install the hose weight onto the hose on the spray wand side a few inches up from the bottom..


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