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Have a retractable faucet with a round weight that seems to

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Have a retractable faucet with a round weight that seems to have come loose. No screws on it.
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Customer: Sorry, I'm not real handy. It's a black round weight and it has fallen down to where it is just lies at the bottom of the hose. I've tried moving it up but the hole in it is larger than the hose.
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Customer: Nothing that I know to tell him.
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Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Plumbing
Expert:  Eddie replied 7 months ago.

Hi that device is a weight that would retract your pull out back into position is designed to be loose and float on the hose so the weight always stays at the does need two screws back in it to hold it to the hose...........they probably fell out and maybe you can find them on the bottom of the would be good the use the exact ones or new of the same type and length



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