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Whenever we have had any problem with any Moen faucet that we purchased we just returned the faucet to Moen and they sent us a new one. The inside of our kitchen faucet rusted out and they sent us a brand new one even after we had used the old one for 10 years! You must be the original owner and have proof of original purchase (I keep all our home ...


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I had this same issue. A new Moen faucet in my bathroom and after a few months it started leaking from the tap. Rather than run out and get a new cartridge I attempted to see what may be causing the problem so I pulled off the cold water handle (which was leaking, hot water handle seemed fine) and using my hand I slowly turned the top of the cartridge and ...


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You can put a shutoff in the yellow area if there's nothing ELSE feeding off the hidden part of the waterline. If there was a shutoff above the ceiling it should have an access panel, but code violations are a dime a dozen with things like this. Given the "handle-fall-off" situation I'd suggest overcoming whatever fear of drywall repair may be holding you ...


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There are three possibilities: Faucet has a male connector, pipe in house has a female connector, you can unscrew it. Faucet has a female connector, pipe in house has a male connector, you can unscrew it. Faucet is soldered onto a pipe. Most faucets are sold with a male connector on the outside of the faucet pipe, and a solder connector on the inside. A ...


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Worst case is that you bust a soldered fitting (very difficult) and have to open the wall up, which you would have had to do to replace a soldered fitting anyway. Since your water is already shutoff, give it a hard turn and see what happens. Personally, I'd open the wall up even if it's threaded and sealed with pipe dope. Because after you replace the ...



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