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This is a fairly common thing to do for espresso or even pod-type coffee machines that come standard with a water tank. A lot of people desire to have the tank fill itself without having to manually remember to fill it all the time. So if you search for something like "Espresso Machine Tank Fill Valve", you will find some instructions and examples of what ...


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We often get cases where a person becomes fixated on one method, and loses sight of the big picture/overall purpose of the exercise. (This often manifests as the "XY Problem"). Your goal is not to abuse an Instant Pot; it's to humidify your home. Step back. You're ready to spend money. Just buy the right thing. You've plainly stated that you're ready to ...


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You could likely rig something using a float valve. They make pretty small ones that you could supply with tubing. They are available with metal floats too. These are very common for household, commercial, and industrial applications. In fact, visit any farm with livestock and you will probably see a larger size one in action, to keep livestock watering ...


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It could be a pressure imbalance in the hot & cold lines, the valve cartridge being slightly off center, the design of the valve, or even thermal expansion or contraction within the valve. It's not uncommon for the hot/cold mix to be unbalanced at very low flow, just adjust the lever a little.


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Like Mike said, you need a special wrench to get that "nut" off your faucet. You will need something like this: You can get them pretty cheap at home stores or plumbing supply stores. Trace out the nut on paper and bring it with you to the store so you can get a match. It looks like someone already tried to remove it by tapping a screwdriver placed in ...


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Buy or make a spanner that will fit into those two slots then undo the brass piece - either it will clear the plastic or the plastic parts will come out with it.


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the cartridge for this and many other moen kitchen faucets is a #1225 cartridge..moen has a great warranty exchange for these cartridges most hardware stores and moen dealers have replacements, bring the old for a new.


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I find that replacing the whole cartridge rather than the o-rings usually works well, specifically for leaks out the opening of the tap. For leaks around the base, the o-rings need to be replaced.


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