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Just a quick update on my tap situation. The leak was back again today and I thought for sure I was going to have to replace the cartridge but I'm trying to avoid it as the taps are only 2 months old. I took the handle off and turned the tap 180 degrees and the leak stopped. My gut feeling is that there is something keeping it from sitting completely down ...


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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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The Tee was left open as a means of a clean out. Start by using a shop-vac on that Tee and hold your finger over the other end, in the pump (you may have to get the pump out of the way). Next, snake it out, going into the machine: (e.g., the brush that comes with an EZ-Trap; johnstonesupply.com) Followed with another vacuuming. Ideally the first go ...


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There is probably a gasket under that hold down flange. Buy a replacement gasket. Then remove the flange, use sand paper to remove any corrosion until you have a smooth, bright metal surface, then install the new gasket, and screw the flange back in.


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The root cause may be the closure flap in the ice hopper delivery chute. There is a spring-loaded flap up there which opens when you actuate the dispensing lever. Make sure it is closing all the way and sealing (there is a foam seal on the "ice" side of the flap, check it for damage) or the ice in the bottom of the hopper can melt and drip down into the ...



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