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Installed sink faucet, 4309134, part #3 will not hold tight so part #2, Acrylic handle turns 360 degrees, where can I obtain a replacement for part #3?

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  • Peter J. Boulware Dec 05, 2012

    The manufactor is sending a new part #3

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the internal components of a single handle Moen require delicate alignment and accuracy. Since a full circle is 360 degrees, I would recommend replacing the entire faucet with a more conventional two handle style.

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If you installed the faucet you need to use a basin wrench to make the nuts tighter under the sink and this will stop the movement. Some fauect have a large nut with two set screws on each side. Then you just make the nut hand tight and then take a screw driver and then make those two set screws tight and then the inside will pull tight

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  • 1 Close the hot and cold water valves in the cabinet beneath the sink to shut the water supply off to the bath faucet.
  • 2 Remove the bath faucet's handle to access the valve cartridge. The faucet handle is removed by first detaching the handle's insert cap using the tip of a screwdriver or utility knife to expose the handle screw. Remove the handle screw with a Phillips screwdriver, then pull the handle off the valve cartridge stem.
  • 3 Loosen and remove the cartridge valve nut with an adjustable wrench. Some faucet models retain the valve cartridge with a snap ring and are removed with snap ring pliers.
  • 4 Pull the old valve cartridge out of the bath faucet base, using pliers.
  • 5 Insert the new replacement valve cartridge into the faucet housing and replace the nut or snap ring removed in Step 3, using an adjustable wrench or snap ring pliers.
  • 6 Reinstall the faucet's handle onto the valve cartridge post, then secure the handle's screw, using a screwdriver.
  • 7 Replace the insert cap into the handle to cover the handle's screw hole.
  • 8 Turn on the hot and cold water valves beneath the sink to restore the water supply.
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