Disconnecting Faucet Sprayer Hose From Supply Line
Asked Sep 8, 2009, 06:42 PM
I'm trying to disconnect the hose of my faucet sprayer from the faucet and the location of the connection is right in between the cold and hot feeds and the basin of the sink. Basically, there is no room to get even a basin wrench in there. I believe it's a compression fitting which bewilders me on how they ever tighten it in the first place.
I purchased a new faucet sprayer that came with its own hose and hence the reason why I'm trying to disconnect the old one.
I tried gently bending the hot and cold feeds out of the way but the wrench hits the sink. The feed for the hose does not bend or move easily.
I'm tempted to just return the sprayer and hose and just buy a replacement sprayer from Price Pfister but don't feel like waiting or spending top $.
Thanks in advance for your help.