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      If the leak is coming from a cut or crack in the hose

      If the hose leaks near or in the handle due to wear or a cut, the bad section can be removed. This procedure will shorten the overall hose length. If the shorter length is unacceptable, see K0254 or K0252 Hose Assembly. See also K1234 or K1235 Hose & Wand Assembly.

      • Unscrew nut from handle to remove spray tube assembly. If pliers are required, pad jaws with a cloth to prevent scratches.
      • Slide handle back along hose and let red button drop out.
      • Cut hose at point where leak occurs.
      • Remove hose remnant from venturi assembly.
      • Slide fresh hose end over barbs to the shoulder of venturi. It may be helpful to lubricate barbs with small amount of detergent.
      • Rotate handle and hose so that button hole is down. Drop button into button hole.
      • Slide handle over venturi - spring side of venturi MUST be toward button.
      • Attach spray tube assembly - hand tighten nut.
      • Adjust direction of spray to desired position by rotating spray tube assembly.
      • Tighten nut just firmly enough to hold spray tube in desired position. If pliers are required, pad jaws with a cloth to prevent scratches. 

      If the leak is coming from taper tube / handle connection

      Disassemble

      • Caution - in next steps, do not allow handle to slide backward on black hose. Keep venturi confined within handle.
      • Unscrew handle nut to remove taper tube, handle nut and bushing - if pliers are required, pad jaws with a cloth to prevent scratches.

      Reassemble

      • Lubricate bushing, inside and out, with light film of NSF-61 certified silicone (plumbers) grease
      • Place nut onto taper tube.
      • Slide bushing onto taper tube and into nut.
      • Slide nut with bushing to shoulder at end of taper tube.
      • Attach spray tube assembly to handle - hand tighten nut.
      • Adjust direction of spray to desired position by rotating spray tube assembly.
      • Tighten handle nut just firmly enough to hold spray tube in desired position - if pliers are required, pad jaws with a cloth to prevent scratches.
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