I am having low water pressure in my kitchen sink. The other faucets, showers, etc are fine. It is affecting only the sink, both hot and cold water.
If I start with one temperature water, then turn on the other, there is no noticeable increase in the pressure. We have a sprayer attached, and that seems to be working fine. But I don’t know if that would be normal, considering how apparent water pressure increases when you put your finger over a hose.
Sometimes the diverter for the hand held sprayer will clog up and cause poor preasure out the spout but not affect the preasure at the sprayer. The diverter is located at the base of the spout. To be sure the problem is just in the faucet, you can turn off the supply stops, take the stem out of the H or C side, hold a cup over it to divert the water into the sink, open the supply stop and see how your preasure is. If your preasure is good here you know the problem is somewhere in your faucet.
If you turn the sprayer on does the water divert from the faucet to the sprayer? Or does it continue to run out of the faucet and sprayer at the same time? If the latter is correct the diverter inside your faucet is bad and should be cleaned/repaired/ replaced.