• Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
  • Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
  • Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
  • Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
  • Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black
Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black

Grohe 46298K00 Dual Spray Pull-Out, Black

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  • Grohe Starlight finish for scratch and tarnish-resistant surfaces for a lifetime of beauty
  • Durable Metal Construction
  • Concealed fastening
  • 13. 7 inch (functional length 11. 6 in)

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Just what I wanted! Just what I wanted! 5Great replacement!This was an exact replacement for my faucet, which was 10 years old and no longer changing sprays. I installed it in less than 5 minutes so here are a few tips. If your older faucet was working but failed, then you only need to do an exact replacement. If on the other hand you inherited a non working faucet there is a little bit more involved. This review is for a direct replacement of a previously working but worn faucet head.When you replace the head, you should replace the flow restricter and "O" ring. I ordered the head with the flow restrictors and "O" ring.1. Remove your old faucet head and disassemble it. Inspect it and take pictures. The replacement head should be exactly the same.2. Remove the head by unscrewing it. Hopefully you can hand unscrew it.3. Put aside everything from the old head. You should not use any of these worn parts.4. With your new head, you need to chooses your flow restrictor. Most people prefer the higher flow volume which is in my case is white. However, my instructions (which are a poor diagram) talk about gray, green, white and yellow flow restrictors.5. Insert the flow restrictor as per the diagram and if your old faucet was working insert it the same way. The small round hole in the center faces the hose. The smaller holes face the faucet head.6. Next remove the old "O" ring. Do not reuse this.7. TIP! Get a little vaseline and lube the new "O" ring.8. Install the new "O" ring.9. Push the hose into the faucet head and screw it together. It should screw together smoothly. If not do not force it. Start over and rethread it.10. Turn on the water.One note about the product review. My original Grohe faucet stopped working effectively at about 7 years. That is unacceptable for the price and brand. I have other Grohe and Hansgrohe products that have working for twice as many years and counting. This is a very good replacement product for an overpriced poorly made faucet. It may be worth considering an alternative product if this is a long term investment.5Disappointed, this feels like an inferior knock off Disappointed, this feels like an inferior knock off. The faucet continues to drip for a bit after you turn off the water. I find myself holding the faucet down, after turning off the water, to let it drain. The top switch to go from spray to steady stream rarely works. 1This expensive part arrived in good condition. My problems areThis expensive part arrived in good condition. My problems are: A:Nowhere does Grohe or Amazon tell me that I need two more parts in order to do an install. (1. a flow controller and 2. a o-ring to replace the worn one on the old hose.) They could have informed me and included them in a packet. I would be happy to pay. B: The internal flow controller-restrictor is "yellow" while the old one is white. I hope that it allows adequate flow. C: The original sprayhead part is discontinued. It was brushed nickel. This new one sort of comes close to looking like the old one. There is no good choice except to use it and hope it lasts a while. If I have more problems I will post again after it is installed.3Works Great! Our Faucet broke. Tried to go through the actual company and was way more expensive. It works great! 5Good (OK) replacement, a couple of issues. Great to be able to repair an expensive faucet without having to replace the whole thing. Very sad that the Grohe folks won't include the you-really-need-it O-ring, since I am sure their engineers would insist. I found suitable O-rings locally. There remains a slight "wobble" where the hose and handspray connect, even when tightened (OD of hose shaft slightly < ID of handspray -- hey, engineers?). This slight wobble can result is a very slight dribble-leak. I found a few layers of Teflon tape eliminated the wobble, and everything works fine now. I like this faucet, but I find it disappointing to have to jury-rig everything; Grohe should do better. Nevertheless, the part works. 3Shiny This is even better than the original handle. Shiny plastic so it won t get sticky like the old one. Great! 5Leaks but can be remedied with extra o-ring- included in packageThis is the exact spray head for your ladylux (grohe) faucet. Ships fast. Love Amazon. BUT....the fitting (where the plastic piece on head seats into the flexible hose) is a tiny bit looser than the original so it leaks terribly!!!! I read all the reviews and EVERYONE had this issue. My fix was to use the spare o-ring and place on top of existing o-ring (on flexible hose end). Two o-rings solves the problem. I suppose you could go buy a thicker ring and use one....Also just throw away the plastic check valve insert....your pressure is really weak when that is inserted. So much better without it!!I'd like to give it a higher rating because it looks great and works but not without a little macgyver action.3Poor product quality leads to frequent replacementsThis is the second replacement Grohe LadyLux spray head I have bought in ten years. The stainless steel on the spray head is just a thin coating of metal which wore off the first time and separated and peeled the second time (See attached photo. I kept both failing spray heads). I "have" to buy this product because I am replacing one part of a larger assembly. However, if I were to buy a new faucet assembly I would not buy this Grohe product because of the poor quality of the spray head.2Worked great except for terrible instructionsThis worked great as a replacement, once I could figure out the right way to install it. The "instructions" are useless.The faucet comes with two inserts.1) Use only 1. The white one does not restrict flow as much as the yellow one.2) The inserts have very hard to see arrows embossed on them, indicating how the water should flow. Look for the arrows under a good light. Insert one into the faucet handle with the arrow pointing toward the output.Next. Put the seemingly extra O ring from the part package over the hose end. I left the pre-existing O ring in place, which was somewhat embedded into the hose nib. Seems the extra O ring is needed with these replacements.Screw together.Works great.4Simple Replacement Procedure and the O-Ring is IncludedThis hand-spray is a direct replacement for the Grohe #46359 hand-spray on my #33871-1K0 EuroPlus kitchen faucet. Although it is a bit pricey for a plastic hand-spray, I figured that the cost is much less than replacing the entire faucet or calling a Plumber.So, I took a chance and ordered it.This hand-spray was an exact replacement. Basically, the old hand-spray unscrewed off and the new one screwed on.In the box along with the new hand-sprayer was a pictorial diagram, a white (#08567) regulator, a yellow/green (#64689) regulator and a new o-ring.The regulator in the old hand-sprayer was white so I used the new white regulator in the new hand-sprayer.I carefully removed the old o-ring from the existing hose and replaced it with the new one.I used o-ring grease on the regulator and the new o-ring.The hose fit very snug into the new hand-sprayer and appeared to be well sealed once the new hand-sprayer was fastened into place.Replaced this about a month ago and the hand-sprayer works perfectly with plenty of water pressure and it has never leaked.Very easy replacement.5Great but no O-Ring! This was the perfect replacement part except it did not include the required o-ring for installation. If your old sprayer is not working correctly in almost all cases you will need a new Grohe Ladylux part # 01224000 o-ring to keep it from leaking. IMO sellers should not sell product without this part included. If you buy a new spray head, however, be sure to order an o-ring too to complete the job without frustration. 3The part itself works but minus 1 star for non-existing instructionsIn short, this spray head can be installed and it works and doesn't leak. But we had to use other customers' reviews as an installation manual vs. actual instructions which came with the item.The main things you will most likely struggle with if you are not a professional:1) The package includes the spray head plus a small bag with a black O-ring and 2 plastic inserts (one clear, one yellow/green).Question: Which part goes where?Answer: ONE of 2 plastic inserts (which are flow regulating valves) goes inside the black plastic tube of the spray head. You don't need to put both of the inserts inside the spray head. We used the clear one b/c of its larger opening (=stronger flow). Gently push it inside, the black O-ring on the valve will compress and the valve will slip inside, wagon wheel-looking side facing the opening (this is how it was installed in the original head). There is a stopper inside the spray head so you won't push it too far. You don't have to do anything else with the spray head. The black O-ring included with the package doesn't go inside the spray head.2) Try to assemble the spray head (screw it back to the hose). Most likely it will leak under the seal.Question: How to fix the leak?Answer: The replacement head for some reason has a wider opening than the original one. The hose still fits pretty snugly inside the black plastic opening of the spray head, but the fit is just not tight enough. Notice that the hose already has a black O-ring. Remove the original O-ring and replace with the included O-ring. The latter is a bit thicker. And it is just enough to ensure a snug fit of the hose inside the spray head opening.When we assebled the spray head again, it wasn't leaking anymore.Hope this helps.4great price, potentially costlyFirst-- I hate plumbing. Something always leaks (for me). I had to replace the old sprayhead due to some pressure/air issues in the line that caused the spray not to stay on. The price on Amazon was significantly below other vendors I had found. I also had read about the possibility of it not fitting quite right.When I received the sprayhead, it seemed a great fit, screwed right in snuggly, and worked great. I thought it was the easiest plumbing job I'd ever done. However, later that evening I noticed water pooling on or hardwood floor in front of the sink. and dripping from the cabinet. The floor of the cabinet was warped and the edges of the flooring were swelled with water.If I had understood the 2 reviewers that said it didn't fit, I would have been fine. Here's the problem. The hose has an end that fits into the sprayhead, as well as a metal collar to secure the hose to the spray head. The collar fits fine. The end of the hose that is inserted into the spray head also has an O-ring. This is not a part being replaced by buying this item. The inside diameter of the sprayhead apparently is slightly larger than the original, allowing water to get past the O-ring. Here's where it gets bad. The angle of the neck of the faucet angles toward the faucet (with the flexible hose inside). This means that if there is a leak, instead of running toward the end of the sprayhead (being visible) it runs inside the neck of the faucet along the hose and eventually drips off the bottom loop of the hose inside the cabinet. You don't see it until it comes out onto the floor from inside the cabinet.The fix-- one reviewer got a thicker O-ring, I used the other reviewers suggestion of teflon tape over the O-ring to make it thicker. Either way works, and is relatively easy. I always tape threads, but did not catch that the O-ring needed attention, since I wasn't replacing that part. The ways to check for this problem is to run the faucet while in the neck and have a bowl under the bottom loop of the flexible hose and see if water starts dripping into the bowl. Run it a few minutes and check the hose for moisture. If no leaks then great. I haven't had issues since addressing the O-ring fit, and the swelled wood is close to back to normal.But this all could have been avoided if Grohe had made an appropriate replacement, or I could have caught the details of other 2 reviewers who had already addressed this issue.I would buy this again, if needed, with my current understanding. Initially I was decidedly unhappy at the damage. I took off one point for the product being defective but serviceable, and another for the severity of the consequences due to design if not caught quickly. I'm tempted to take another point off for making me look stupid, but the fault there likely lies closer to me3Amazon Shipping to the Rescue While trying to repair seepage from our Grohe Europlus 33 939 faucet I broke the handspray. Turns out our model has been discontinued and we researched suitable replacements as well as the repair option. I opted for new but the wife said "Keep it simple stupid (KISS)".I was unable to find the original replacement part (46 312) and after further research ordered this handwand. For a $3.99 surcharge, Amazon delivered this part overnight! Absolutely amazing.Better yet, this part has been improved - ours was eight years old. The aerated spray is much more diffused and delivers a perfect stream of water.ps - We'll upgrade at a later time. 5Looks good, fits poorly without extra effort/expense Good: Prompt delivery, seems to be same quality as original.Bad: The bore where the hose connects is significantly larger than the original, thus guaranteeing a water leak. No replacement o-ring was included, so a trip to the hardware store was required to get the required seal. As several others have noted, it is extremely poor customer relations to omit a new o-ring with the spray head. 3Thank goodness for all the helpful Amazon reviews on this ...Thank goodness for all the helpful Amazon reviews on this product -- I couldn't have done it without you! My Grohe Ladylux sprayhead stopped working; both spray functions stayed on at the same time. The part came with an o-ring, and yellow and white flow restrictors, and only a diagram which was not at all informative. I printed out about 20 helpful reviews, and with flashlight and towels on hand decided to tackle this plumbing project (I am a 65 year old woman but I was determined to do it myself). As other reviewers have said, which flow restrictor to use? I believe the yellow one is for more control as the picture labels it "green." The one in my old 2002 faucet was white, so I picked the white one. Both the white and the yellow have VERY faint arrows for positioning the restrictor toward the water flow; I found it helpful to mark the arrow with a red sharpie pen before beginning. First I just attached the new spray head to the hose without adding anything, just to see what would happen. Result: water leaking where the two parts connected. Then I put the supplied o-ring over the male end and pushed it down to the bottom, screwed it to the sprayhead and tested the faucet. Success! No leaks at all. I decided not to use the flow restrictor. If you try it the way I did or use plumbers tape as others suggested, make sure you test it while you have the faucet pulled out while the water is running so you can see if the seal is tight. Otherwise, if you have a leak it will run down the hose unseen and pool under your cabinet. I took off a star because the diagram needs more directions than just the pictures. Thanks to Amazon reviewers this replacement was done in less than 10 minutes.45,475 Days Give or take a few, Grohe kitchen faucet is one to have.. It's design goes far beyond the norm, form-fit-function class. There's quality you feel every time it's needed. In fact, I've changed out all our household faucet over to Grohe. 5Great replacement! Awesome! Took 20 seconds to install. September 2017 IT DID COME WITH THE NEEDED O-RING!Listening to reviews I ordered one, which arrived 2 days later for $8. It was not necessary so save money and don't order one. 5Thank You Helpful Amazon Customers and Reviewers!!!This item was delivered within less than 24 hours for free [Prime member], safely packed and entirely unblemished in any way. Just can't beat Amazon service sometimes.But I was really so very glad that I read the customer reviews before buying this sprayhead two days ago -- those extremely helpful reviews alerted me to the poor installation instructions, the confusing aerator parts, and the need for either a larger O-ring or ample silicone thread tape to compensate for a slight enlargement in the end of the sprayhead that attaches to the hose to avoid sneaky leaking that really isn't at all obvious since it pools silently and unseen under the sink and counter. Those reviewers were godsends and made all the difference in doing this repair right and in only five minutes or so. Amazon is fortunate to have such reliable and responsible customers.As for the sprayhead itself, other than its microscopically larger end that fits flush with the hose end section, it is virtually indistinguishable from to the original that came when we purchased and installed this unit nearly seventeen years ago. So we're still very happy with the Grohe engineering, manufacturing quality, and solid metal construction and with this equally good replacement part. That's rather unusual these days. All things considered, this was a prudent and successful purchase. And saved hundreds over hiring a plumber to install an entirely new faucet unit that probably would not have been as good as the original, which was quite well made. So thanks!4
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Description
  • Grohe Starlight finish for scratch and tarnish-resistant surfaces for a lifetime of beauty
  • Durable Metal Construction
  • Concealed fastening
  • 13. 7 inch (functional length 11. 6 in)
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Just what I wanted! Just what I wanted! 5Great replacement!This was an exact replacement for my faucet, which was 10 years old and no longer changing sprays. I installed it in less than 5 minutes so here are a few tips. If your older faucet was working but failed, then you only need to do an exact replacement. If on the other hand you inherited a non working faucet there is a little bit more involved. This review is for a direct replacement of a previously working but worn faucet head.When you replace the head, you should replace the flow restricter and "O" ring. I ordered the head with the flow restrictors and "O" ring.1. Remove your old faucet head and disassemble it. Inspect it and take pictures. The replacement head should be exactly the same.2. Remove the head by unscrewing it. Hopefully you can hand unscrew it.3. Put aside everything from the old head. You should not use any of these worn parts.4. With your new head, you need to chooses your flow restrictor. Most people prefer the higher flow volume which is in my case is white. However, my instructions (which are a poor diagram) talk about gray, green, white and yellow flow restrictors.5. Insert the flow restrictor as per the diagram and if your old faucet was working insert it the same way. The small round hole in the center faces the hose. The smaller holes face the faucet head.6. Next remove the old "O" ring. Do not reuse this.7. TIP! Get a little vaseline and lube the new "O" ring.8. Install the new "O" ring.9. Push the hose into the faucet head and screw it together. It should screw together smoothly. If not do not force it. Start over and rethread it.10. Turn on the water.One note about the product review. My original Grohe faucet stopped working effectively at about 7 years. That is unacceptable for the price and brand. I have other Grohe and Hansgrohe products that have working for twice as many years and counting. This is a very good replacement product for an overpriced poorly made faucet. It may be worth considering an alternative product if this is a long term investment.5Disappointed, this feels like an inferior knock off Disappointed, this feels like an inferior knock off. The faucet continues to drip for a bit after you turn off the water. I find myself holding the faucet down, after turning off the water, to let it drain. The top switch to go from spray to steady stream rarely works. 1This expensive part arrived in good condition. My problems areThis expensive part arrived in good condition. My problems are: A:Nowhere does Grohe or Amazon tell me that I need two more parts in order to do an install. (1. a flow controller and 2. a o-ring to replace the worn one on the old hose.) They could have informed me and included them in a packet. I would be happy to pay. B: The internal flow controller-restrictor is "yellow" while the old one is white. I hope that it allows adequate flow. C: The original sprayhead part is discontinued. It was brushed nickel. This new one sort of comes close to looking like the old one. There is no good choice except to use it and hope it lasts a while. If I have more problems I will post again after it is installed.3Works Great! Our Faucet broke. Tried to go through the actual company and was way more expensive. It works great! 5Good (OK) replacement, a couple of issues. Great to be able to repair an expensive faucet without having to replace the whole thing. Very sad that the Grohe folks won't include the you-really-need-it O-ring, since I am sure their engineers would insist. I found suitable O-rings locally. There remains a slight "wobble" where the hose and handspray connect, even when tightened (OD of hose shaft slightly < ID of handspray -- hey, engineers?). This slight wobble can result is a very slight dribble-leak. I found a few layers of Teflon tape eliminated the wobble, and everything works fine now. I like this faucet, but I find it disappointing to have to jury-rig everything; Grohe should do better. Nevertheless, the part works. 3Shiny This is even better than the original handle. Shiny plastic so it won t get sticky like the old one. Great! 5Leaks but can be remedied with extra o-ring- included in packageThis is the exact spray head for your ladylux (grohe) faucet. Ships fast. Love Amazon. BUT....the fitting (where the plastic piece on head seats into the flexible hose) is a tiny bit looser than the original so it leaks terribly!!!! I read all the reviews and EVERYONE had this issue. My fix was to use the spare o-ring and place on top of existing o-ring (on flexible hose end). Two o-rings solves the problem. I suppose you could go buy a thicker ring and use one....Also just throw away the plastic check valve insert....your pressure is really weak when that is inserted. So much better without it!!I'd like to give it a higher rating because it looks great and works but not without a little macgyver action.3Poor product quality leads to frequent replacementsThis is the second replacement Grohe LadyLux spray head I have bought in ten years. The stainless steel on the spray head is just a thin coating of metal which wore off the first time and separated and peeled the second time (See attached photo. I kept both failing spray heads). I "have" to buy this product because I am replacing one part of a larger assembly. However, if I were to buy a new faucet assembly I would not buy this Grohe product because of the poor quality of the spray head.2Worked great except for terrible instructionsThis worked great as a replacement, once I could figure out the right way to install it. The "instructions" are useless.The faucet comes with two inserts.1) Use only 1. The white one does not restrict flow as much as the yellow one.2) The inserts have very hard to see arrows embossed on them, indicating how the water should flow. Look for the arrows under a good light. Insert one into the faucet handle with the arrow pointing toward the output.Next. Put the seemingly extra O ring from the part package over the hose end. I left the pre-existing O ring in place, which was somewhat embedded into the hose nib. Seems the extra O ring is needed with these replacements.Screw together.Works great.4Simple Replacement Procedure and the O-Ring is IncludedThis hand-spray is a direct replacement for the Grohe #46359 hand-spray on my #33871-1K0 EuroPlus kitchen faucet. Although it is a bit pricey for a plastic hand-spray, I figured that the cost is much less than replacing the entire faucet or calling a Plumber.So, I took a chance and ordered it.This hand-spray was an exact replacement. Basically, the old hand-spray unscrewed off and the new one screwed on.In the box along with the new hand-sprayer was a pictorial diagram, a white (#08567) regulator, a yellow/green (#64689) regulator and a new o-ring.The regulator in the old hand-sprayer was white so I used the new white regulator in the new hand-sprayer.I carefully removed the old o-ring from the existing hose and replaced it with the new one.I used o-ring grease on the regulator and the new o-ring.The hose fit very snug into the new hand-sprayer and appeared to be well sealed once the new hand-sprayer was fastened into place.Replaced this about a month ago and the hand-sprayer works perfectly with plenty of water pressure and it has never leaked.Very easy replacement.5Great but no O-Ring! This was the perfect replacement part except it did not include the required o-ring for installation. If your old sprayer is not working correctly in almost all cases you will need a new Grohe Ladylux part # 01224000 o-ring to keep it from leaking. IMO sellers should not sell product without this part included. If you buy a new spray head, however, be sure to order an o-ring too to complete the job without frustration. 3The part itself works but minus 1 star for non-existing instructionsIn short, this spray head can be installed and it works and doesn't leak. But we had to use other customers' reviews as an installation manual vs. actual instructions which came with the item.The main things you will most likely struggle with if you are not a professional:1) The package includes the spray head plus a small bag with a black O-ring and 2 plastic inserts (one clear, one yellow/green).Question: Which part goes where?Answer: ONE of 2 plastic inserts (which are flow regulating valves) goes inside the black plastic tube of the spray head. You don't need to put both of the inserts inside the spray head. We used the clear one b/c of its larger opening (=stronger flow). Gently push it inside, the black O-ring on the valve will compress and the valve will slip inside, wagon wheel-looking side facing the opening (this is how it was installed in the original head). There is a stopper inside the spray head so you won't push it too far. You don't have to do anything else with the spray head. The black O-ring included with the package doesn't go inside the spray head.2) Try to assemble the spray head (screw it back to the hose). Most likely it will leak under the seal.Question: How to fix the leak?Answer: The replacement head for some reason has a wider opening than the original one. The hose still fits pretty snugly inside the black plastic opening of the spray head, but the fit is just not tight enough. Notice that the hose already has a black O-ring. Remove the original O-ring and replace with the included O-ring. The latter is a bit thicker. And it is just enough to ensure a snug fit of the hose inside the spray head opening.When we assebled the spray head again, it wasn't leaking anymore.Hope this helps.4great price, potentially costlyFirst-- I hate plumbing. Something always leaks (for me). I had to replace the old sprayhead due to some pressure/air issues in the line that caused the spray not to stay on. The price on Amazon was significantly below other vendors I had found. I also had read about the possibility of it not fitting quite right.When I received the sprayhead, it seemed a great fit, screwed right in snuggly, and worked great. I thought it was the easiest plumbing job I'd ever done. However, later that evening I noticed water pooling on or hardwood floor in front of the sink. and dripping from the cabinet. The floor of the cabinet was warped and the edges of the flooring were swelled with water.If I had understood the 2 reviewers that said it didn't fit, I would have been fine. Here's the problem. The hose has an end that fits into the sprayhead, as well as a metal collar to secure the hose to the spray head. The collar fits fine. The end of the hose that is inserted into the spray head also has an O-ring. This is not a part being replaced by buying this item. The inside diameter of the sprayhead apparently is slightly larger than the original, allowing water to get past the O-ring. Here's where it gets bad. The angle of the neck of the faucet angles toward the faucet (with the flexible hose inside). This means that if there is a leak, instead of running toward the end of the sprayhead (being visible) it runs inside the neck of the faucet along the hose and eventually drips off the bottom loop of the hose inside the cabinet. You don't see it until it comes out onto the floor from inside the cabinet.The fix-- one reviewer got a thicker O-ring, I used the other reviewers suggestion of teflon tape over the O-ring to make it thicker. Either way works, and is relatively easy. I always tape threads, but did not catch that the O-ring needed attention, since I wasn't replacing that part. The ways to check for this problem is to run the faucet while in the neck and have a bowl under the bottom loop of the flexible hose and see if water starts dripping into the bowl. Run it a few minutes and check the hose for moisture. If no leaks then great. I haven't had issues since addressing the O-ring fit, and the swelled wood is close to back to normal.But this all could have been avoided if Grohe had made an appropriate replacement, or I could have caught the details of other 2 reviewers who had already addressed this issue.I would buy this again, if needed, with my current understanding. Initially I was decidedly unhappy at the damage. I took off one point for the product being defective but serviceable, and another for the severity of the consequences due to design if not caught quickly. I'm tempted to take another point off for making me look stupid, but the fault there likely lies closer to me3Amazon Shipping to the Rescue While trying to repair seepage from our Grohe Europlus 33 939 faucet I broke the handspray. Turns out our model has been discontinued and we researched suitable replacements as well as the repair option. I opted for new but the wife said "Keep it simple stupid (KISS)".I was unable to find the original replacement part (46 312) and after further research ordered this handwand. For a $3.99 surcharge, Amazon delivered this part overnight! Absolutely amazing.Better yet, this part has been improved - ours was eight years old. The aerated spray is much more diffused and delivers a perfect stream of water.ps - We'll upgrade at a later time. 5Looks good, fits poorly without extra effort/expense Good: Prompt delivery, seems to be same quality as original.Bad: The bore where the hose connects is significantly larger than the original, thus guaranteeing a water leak. No replacement o-ring was included, so a trip to the hardware store was required to get the required seal. As several others have noted, it is extremely poor customer relations to omit a new o-ring with the spray head. 3Thank goodness for all the helpful Amazon reviews on this ...Thank goodness for all the helpful Amazon reviews on this product -- I couldn't have done it without you! My Grohe Ladylux sprayhead stopped working; both spray functions stayed on at the same time. The part came with an o-ring, and yellow and white flow restrictors, and only a diagram which was not at all informative. I printed out about 20 helpful reviews, and with flashlight and towels on hand decided to tackle this plumbing project (I am a 65 year old woman but I was determined to do it myself). As other reviewers have said, which flow restrictor to use? I believe the yellow one is for more control as the picture labels it "green." The one in my old 2002 faucet was white, so I picked the white one. Both the white and the yellow have VERY faint arrows for positioning the restrictor toward the water flow; I found it helpful to mark the arrow with a red sharpie pen before beginning. First I just attached the new spray head to the hose without adding anything, just to see what would happen. Result: water leaking where the two parts connected. Then I put the supplied o-ring over the male end and pushed it down to the bottom, screwed it to the sprayhead and tested the faucet. Success! No leaks at all. I decided not to use the flow restrictor. If you try it the way I did or use plumbers tape as others suggested, make sure you test it while you have the faucet pulled out while the water is running so you can see if the seal is tight. Otherwise, if you have a leak it will run down the hose unseen and pool under your cabinet. I took off a star because the diagram needs more directions than just the pictures. Thanks to Amazon reviewers this replacement was done in less than 10 minutes.45,475 Days Give or take a few, Grohe kitchen faucet is one to have.. It's design goes far beyond the norm, form-fit-function class. There's quality you feel every time it's needed. In fact, I've changed out all our household faucet over to Grohe. 5Great replacement! Awesome! Took 20 seconds to install. September 2017 IT DID COME WITH THE NEEDED O-RING!Listening to reviews I ordered one, which arrived 2 days later for $8. It was not necessary so save money and don't order one. 5Thank You Helpful Amazon Customers and Reviewers!!!This item was delivered within less than 24 hours for free [Prime member], safely packed and entirely unblemished in any way. Just can't beat Amazon service sometimes.But I was really so very glad that I read the customer reviews before buying this sprayhead two days ago -- those extremely helpful reviews alerted me to the poor installation instructions, the confusing aerator parts, and the need for either a larger O-ring or ample silicone thread tape to compensate for a slight enlargement in the end of the sprayhead that attaches to the hose to avoid sneaky leaking that really isn't at all obvious since it pools silently and unseen under the sink and counter. Those reviewers were godsends and made all the difference in doing this repair right and in only five minutes or so. Amazon is fortunate to have such reliable and responsible customers.As for the sprayhead itself, other than its microscopically larger end that fits flush with the hose end section, it is virtually indistinguishable from to the original that came when we purchased and installed this unit nearly seventeen years ago. So we're still very happy with the Grohe engineering, manufacturing quality, and solid metal construction and with this equally good replacement part. That's rather unusual these days. All things considered, this was a prudent and successful purchase. And saved hundreds over hiring a plumber to install an entirely new faucet unit that probably would not have been as good as the original, which was quite well made. So thanks!4
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