so I looked at the image Punky provided (thank you). Looking at my faucet, seems like I have to take the entire thing out. See pics .... the 2 small screwes and everything else? or is there a faster way just to take out the drain.
Take off your supply lines under the sink and let them fill into a bucket. If the pressure is greater in the supply lines that the outflow of your faucet, then you need to check for blockages in your new faucet. This is more common than you think, since any repairs or opening and shutting valves have a tendency to sent unwanted chunks of crud down towards your faucet.
Looks like all you might need to do is to remove the spout, if you can get to the screw, then adjust the flow.
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