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    Default Disconnecting a Glacier Bay Quick Connect and/or water flow issues.

    I have a Glacier Bay faucet that was working fine until about 4:30 this afternoon have had it for a few months. My problem is water pressure/flow. I've done a usual suspects and have narrowed the problem down to the hose connecting the pull spout head/sprayer. I've tried pushing wire down to clear a blockage but seem to be stuck at the end of it. Does anybody have any suggestions on how I can get water flow back?

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    Found a manual and got it removed. http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdf...a6c11b5f7e.pdf

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    It would normally be at the aerator.

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