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This photo shows the aerator screen. While you may notice some sediment in the screen, the screen itself isn't likely the problem and shouldn't need to be cleaned. Remember, it's the flow restrictor that's usually the main problem. A quick rinse in water should be sufficient for removing any debris in the screen.

Replace Aerator Step 7



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