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Installed a new KWC Domo faucet and its leaking (alot) under the sink

Installed a new KWC Domo faucet and when I opened up the supply lines it was fine but when I pushed up the handle for water it poured out under the sink. No water came out the faucet just under the sink a lot..

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Does if have a sprayer and is it still hooked up?

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it souns like a factory flaw in the piping or whoever hooked it up, over bent or kinked the line

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Remove spray head then faucet tighten connection on the spray hose

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Hot water line connected to left side of faucet? Did you replace tap set, or just cartridge? Cartridge may be out 180 degrees.

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I would definitely take it apart to find out what is causing it to bind, that is not normal. Make sure that you turn your water supply lines off under the sink, via angle/strait stops. From under the faucet there is one or two nuts fastening the faucet to the counter, they are usually screwed on just a little more than hand tight. The problem may not be fixable, so be prepared to replace the faucet.

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SOURCE: Sticking of KWC DOMO model faucet.

Just received the new part for the domo. My model is older and is chrome with black. I have removed the top screw and need to know what is the next step in taking apart the rest of the faucet so I can replace the new part # k.32.60.00

Thank you, Stuart

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Thank you, Stuart

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