Thank you. To remove the quick connect, you will pinch in the blue tabs and then pull down.
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The cartridge is actually a spring check valve that keeps the water in the unit right at the nozzle so there is no time lag between when you turn it on and when the water flows out. If no water is passing through it, it is clogged and needs replaced. Often, you can service this cartridge by gently knocking the debris out, and extend the useful life of the piece. I buy several at a time and just install a new one when needed, they are inexpensive and available for purchase by special order at the customer service desk. The cartridge also protects the selector valve between normal and spray. If there was no spring check, the faucet would "jump" a bit when turned on and actually make a little noise. It's interesting that Glacier Bay includes this feature in a highly competitively priced assembly.
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Thank you. This will not be compatible with that 2015 model.
One end is threaded and seals with a o-ring like a garden hose to a hose bib, and goes to the spray head. The other end is a quick connect and seals with an o-ring around the male hose end fitting from the valve. A very little plumbers grease on the hose end fitting would be appropriate.
It was stolen from the locker, never received the item.
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NO. The part shown in the picture has threads on the bottom but the top is a push in quick connect that snap locks in place. You would not be able to remove it if both ends were threaded, You must find the parts diagram/list for your particular faucet and order the correct part. You may be able to remove the filter/check valve from your faucet and knock the clog loose or blow it clear with compressed air, but usually the trapped particles are very small and really stuck.
The part shown in the picture is a filter and check valve of sorts and is available by special order from the customer service desk. I suggest you order a spare so when it needs changed you have the replacement on hand. They are inexpensive.