I already watched some YouTube videos regarding how to remove a Moen cartridge, but my issue is a little different.
As shown in the pictures, the cartridge itself was broken. Since it's not fully turned off before it's broken, water continues to flow - I had to turn off the main water valve of the house to stop it.
- I couldn't tell what model this Moen cartridge is, 1222, 1225 or something else?
- Given that it's broken, will the regular cartridge remover be able to take out the cartridge? Like this one from Amazon?
- Is it still possible to turn off the faucet? I guess it's hard, but I really don't want to keep the main water valve shut off all the time, and obviously it'll take days to find a solution & get a replacement.
- What kind of cartridge can be used as a replacement? Again, this is related to first question. I know I need to look up the manual but couldn't find it in my house, sorry.