Kitchen sink hose spray

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  1. Jan 10, 2019 #1

    Syndic

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    Hello, I have a bit of a problem. I am trying to replace my kitchen hose spray and have purchased a few, but none seem to connect to where the end of the hose goes to. I inserted a picture of what the piece looks like thats screwed under the sink. Can somebody let me know what kind of piece I can attach to the hose so that I can connect it to piece thats on the photo?
     

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    have you tried the faucet manufacturer ????????
     
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    Yes, it just says it's a quick connect but I've tried looking for the same one and can't find one.
     
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    Do you think you could let us in on the name of the faucet?
    or is that top secret?
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    Yes, I apologize for leaving that info out. It's a glacier bay faucet from Home Depot. Model #HD67099-1A01
     
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    Those faucets don’t cost that much. I would just replace it. It would have already solved the issue.
     

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