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PartsmasterPro Kitchen - Universal Pullout Replacement Hose
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Kitchen - Universal Pullout Replacement Hose

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The MUELLER STREAMLINE Universal Pull-Out Kitchen Replacement Hose is pressure tested and easy to install. It is made with metal for strength. And it comes with a selection of adapters from various manufacturers.

  • Metal construction
  • Designed for faucets with a pull-out sprayer
  • 1/2 in. diameter
  • Pressure tested
  • Includes a variety of adapters from different manufacturers for versatility
  • Easy to install
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How do you attach it to a sprayer?

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October 19, 2016
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I bought this today and needed a Home Depot employee to show me how to install it. One connector drops inside the other. Attached is a detailed picture of how this works.
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September 25, 2016
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The key is to understand that the end that looks like it has no external threads, is threaded. That end threads to one of the adapters for connection to the water supply for the hose. The other end then feeds through the faucet structure to attach to the sprayer.
Now you also have to use the seals at appropriate spots. In my connection to the water supply, I didn't need to add a seal because the water Read More
The key is to understand that the end that looks like it has no external threads, is threaded. That end threads to one of the adapters for connection to the water supply for the hose. The other end then feeds through the faucet structure to attach to the sprayer.
Now you also have to use the seals at appropriate spots. In my connection to the water supply, I didn't need to add a seal because the water supply structure had a seal in it. In my connection of the hose to the sprayer, I needed to use four seals to get the structure to tighten up snugly enough to eliminate water leakage at the junction of the hose to the sprayer. Read Less
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Installation instructions lacking, but hose works The product is good, but the instructions are not helpful. I could not figure out how to screw a connector into a part that had no threads. I finally sought the help of a Home Depot employee in the plumbing department who showed me the simple solution to my problem: one connector drops inside the other, and that's how you screw the hose into the spray head. Pictures of the parts and how they connect shown on the package would be an immense improvement. See the picture I made to explain how this works. I hope it helps you. October 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 96% Fit While it does not seat exactly as the original in my faucet, it was immediately available, came complete with numerous fittings and adaptors and was $10 less than the original. Bravo ! October 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Worked for my delta faucet Fit my delta faucet, model 21301-A (single handle gourmet spray series 462 and 463 from '95). Delta hose part # is RP21541. Instructions are not very helpful. Took me several hours to figure it all out. You need to replace the brass delta-supplied adapter on the supply side (below the sink) with one of the new adapters. Make sure to use supplied rubber washers at every joint. And to stop leaks I needed to use a wrench to tighten BOTH connections to the spray handle (there are hard to see facets on the knurled knob at the end of the hose for using a wrench). Good luck. The hose quality seems pretty good. March 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great for Me! Bought a nice brushed nickel kitchen sink faucet with a pull out handle on ebay. It looked just like a Moen but at 1/4 the cost shipped from China. It had solid brass fittings but the sprayer hose that was on it was really cheap and the plastic flange on one end broken and water started leaking everywhere and shortly the sprayer head fell off. I looked around and found this replacement and got it and there were the right adapters out of the box that made it all work. October 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Universal waist of 2 hours of my life Not universal. Does not fit my Mueler faucet, but I found that out after 2 hours of tinkering due to the fact that the instructions are useless!!!!! September 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Frustrating but ultimately fit on my Kohler. See the end that doesn't have threads? Those are threads! That was 45 minutes wasted. Every joint needs wrench-tightened, even those that have no wrench-holds. Thus, the joints immediately look like they've been installed by a hatchet-wielding diy-er, but it's ok because they're under the sink. The "instructions" are laughable and no help. With time and fiddling and trial-and-error, it was possible for me to do it without instructions, though. This is NOT easy installation, and not One-Wrench-Only installation. Gavin April 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Purchase Bought this to replace kitchen sink hose in facet. Directions were unclear and took a long time to finally understand what fittings worked with my sink pipes. 3 days after installation hose busted from water pressure under the sink and flooded my kitchen floor. I was home at the time otherwise I hate to think what would have happened and the damage that would of occurred. Do not buy this hose. Replace with original facet hose or purchase a new facet with hose included. May 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked for a Moen Faucet...once I figured it out Product comes with lots of parts and zero instruction. I was convinced it wasn't going to work--could not find a adapter to attach to the end that goes to the water supply connection. Then I realized that there were some hard to see threads on the outside of the fitting at the end of the hose...and son of a gun, it screwed in and fit like a charm. This would be a much better product with instructions for different faucets, but I can attest that it worked well enough for me and a Moen faucet. No leaks, faucet head pulled out smoothly like before, all ok. I DID replace with a mfr's part later because I wanted to, but I could have kept using this and been ok. Now I have a backup if I ever have another failure. September 25, 2014
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