My Kitchen faucet cartridge is clogged. Can you send me instructions on how to disable and take the cartridge out? Thank you. – Jerry
When the kitchen faucet cartridge clogs, it is more difficult to fix. The cartridge is the part inside of the faucet that regulates the water flow and temperature. Sediments and debris collect inside the small inlet holes in the cartridge, causing the holes to shrink. This reduces your faucet’s water flow and makes it appear like the water pressure is dropping. An easy fix solves this problem: Just take off the faucet’s handle with an Allen head wrench, unscrew the bonnet nut and remove the cartridge. Either rinse off the cartridge or replace it with a brand new cartridge.