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Old 08-20-2012, 09:01 AM   #1
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Toilet Sprayer leaking

I did a search, but only found leaking toilets. My hand sprayer has developed a leak when the pedal is pushed and the handle is still mounted on the wall. Any body have this happen and have a solution? I didn't look at the toilet brand. This is for a 2009 Damon Daybreak 3575 with the Workhorse chassis.

Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Old 08-20-2012, 09:07 AM   #2
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You can remove the end and take it apart to get any trash out and inspect it for cracks it can be replaced with one from the home center nothing special on them
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Thanks Mark,
So you think it is the sprayer and not a valve or something in the toilet plumbing. Do I just need to replace the sprayer itself and not the hose?
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Where is it leaking from is it running out the end of the sprayer
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Yes it is running out the end like when you use it.
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I had a leak where the hose meets with the spray handle. I took it apart and replaced the O rings and fixed the problem.
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It's likely got some trash in the end at the valve there is a spring that can be stretched a little if needed to
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Thanks Mark,

I will take it apart next weekend when I get back into town. Sounds like an easy fix.
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You should be able to unscrew the sprayer portion end from the base that is attached to the hose. There should be a metal half ring clip that you need to remove from the base of the sprayer that you unscrewed the sprayer from. Should be able to get a replacement for about $7.00 from any home center. (Lowes,HD)
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Toilet Sprayer leak

Just had that problem about 2 mos ago. Got a replacement from my local hardware store and all is ok.
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It's nothing but a standard kitchen sprayer. Pick one up at Lowes, Home Depot, Ace Hardware, etc. and you can change it out in a minute or less.

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