Why is my faucet hose leaking?
Give the hose a quick inspection, then examine the connection under the faucet. If you find a leak at the crimp, replace the hose. If the leak is coming from the stem connection, try to tighten it. You might be able to tighten it with a small pliers, but it’s tight quarters under there.
How do you replace a Moen faucet sprayer hose?
Grab ahold of the sprayer and pull the hose out through the faucet toward you.
- Tighten the spray wand onto the hose.
- Insert the hose into the opening of the faucet body and feed through.
- Remove and discard plastic cap from end of pullout hose.
- Attach the hose back onto the quick connect.
How do I find the model number of my Moen kitchen faucet?
Exact model numbers can be found on your box or on your instruction sheet. If unavailable, you may find the general family series number on the back of the spout (non pullout).
Where is the model number on a Moen kitchen faucet?
Why is my quick connect leaking?
The majority of leaking quick-connect fitting leaks are caused by a damaged O-ring, improper installation, eroded tubing, or too much torque placed on the tubing. Quick-connect fittings have a simple but powerful design.
How do you replace the side sprayer hose on a Moen kitchen faucet?
Replacing a Side Spray
- Install the brass adapter 168666 or 168665 by threading it to the end of threads on the underside of the faucet.
- Remove the protective plastic cap off the end of the side spray hose.
- Attach the side spray hose onto the quick connect and insert the end of the quick connect over the faucet body.
Why is my Moen kitchen faucet leaking?
If your Moen kitchen faucet is leaking from the spout, the cartridge isn’t sealing water. The problem could be a damaged cartridge or worn seals. To access the cartridge, some disassembly is required. Turn off the water valves under the sink and open the faucet to relieve water pressure.