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Franke Gooseneck Faucet that allows a very thin stream of water

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My kitchen Franke gooseneck faucet is only allowing a thin stream of water to flow. I unscrewed the head and the stream of water was still the same... very constricted. The the coil was removed from under the counter and I can see no way of flushing water through that. Now I have no use of my kitchen faucet. Is my faucet shot or can it be fixed?

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  1. Terry's Avatar
    Normally a restriction would be at the aerator. Cleaning that normally does it.

    The next step would be to remove the water supplies and see if you are getting water from the shutoffs at the wall.