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Old 07-25-2016, 06:05 PM   #1
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pull-out sprayer for kitchen sink

Has anyone added a pull-out sprayer to their kitchen sink?
If so, what did you use and where did you get it? Everything I saw at Lowes or Home Depot was designed for residential sinks only. I have no idea what brand sink I have. Ideally, I'd like to just "T" into my cold water line which is 1/2'
PEX and run a hose up to a sprayer-thoughts and ideas are needed!!
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I did this but I replaced the whole faucet. It was much easier than messing around with the plumbing and trying to add the sprayer. You can buy an RV or residential faucet with sprayer depending on what type of sink you have. It'll most likely be an easier install. Just my two cents.
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Old 07-25-2016, 07:04 PM   #3
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If you want to add a sprayer, it would be best to replace the faucet because it would have a 3rd connection for the sprayer, delivering hot or cold water. Any sprayer can be added to your cold water supply line with a tee and the correct fitting if you wish to do it that way. Very little difference between an RV and a residential faucet, other than quality.
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Old 07-25-2016, 07:13 PM   #4
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Our last three MH's have all had residential faucets with sprayers. The present rig has a pull out head rather than a separate unit.
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Old 07-25-2016, 07:24 PM   #5
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Ours has the pull out head as well and can be changed to a wide spray with the push of a button. Really quite handy.
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Our 2005 Winnebago Vectra came with a Moen faucet with pull-out sprayer like this: Integra chrome one-handle low arc pullout kitchen faucet
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I have only a pull out sprayer, no faucet. I am at a much smaller scale than most on here.
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At my wife's suggestion we bought a small swivel sprayer head that screws onto the end of the faucet in place of the standard aerator screen. Works great, very inexpensive, and easy to use with the small sink in our motorhome. It even came with it's own little shut off valve so we can leave the faucet controls set where we want and just turn the faucet on and off with the swivel sprayer.
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I installed one meant for an RV on our HR. The Phaeton has a residential model already installed. It also has a sink just about as big as most residential sinks. The sprayer will not work well unless you have pretty good water pressure and volume.
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Another vote for replacing the faucet with one that has a pull out head that changes to a sprayer, like the one Johndale linked to. We got ours at Ace Hardware, but Lowes or Home Depot, or whatever your favorite home improvement store is, will have them also. It's an easy change (except for sticking yourself into the cabinet to get to the plumbing).
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I had a residential with pull out sprayer, worked great until this spring then I had intermittent flow.. I went thru my entire plumbing system to figure out why I had just a trickle in the galley faucet. Sometimes it flowed ok, but mostly trickled.. It acted just like it was airlocked.

Turned out there was a antisiphon valve of some sort hidden in the feeder line to the head. I found it when I replaced with a new moen. It was gummed up or something, but was not letting water flow

Old faucet was less than a year old,.. from home depot. Guys in town here couldn't read Chinese so couldn't get parts.. just as well, one almost would have to pull the entire assembly to get at that valve again.
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