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Why does the hot water come out the Moen spout slowly while the cold water comes out with good pressure?
The anti scald is adjusted too low. its located under/behind the handle. it usually has am allen wrench head. remove the handle and adjust it all the all the way to hot that should fix it. on some models you can remove the entire thing,but on some that will cause the handle turn 360deg because in some models its also the stopping point of the handle. hope this helps
Posted on Dec 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my moen single lever pressure
The reason is cause the cartridge is installed upside down, I know this because I just did it and had the same problem, if you look very closely at the cartridge you will see an H and C they will be upside down
Posted on Jun 17, 2012
SOURCE: my hot water in the
Your water heater pipes may be clogged - if your water heater is more than 7 years old you may need to replace it. Visually inspect your water heater to see if there's any visible rust near the bottom or a slow leak. If you are on a well as opposed to city water, Rust is probably your culprit. If it's electric, remove the covers and check out the elements there - there should be a small amount of rust visible if the heater is old. Gas units are very different in construction, and changing a water heater is not exactly an easy job - I would suggest calling in a Plumber to change it, as most states require a licensed plumber to execute this type of job, and many cities require permits for this to be done too.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
The down tube in the tank has fallen off or the hot and cold lines are reversed at the tank. I'm going to assume it is gas , if its electric you need to test the heating elements for continuity and temp settings. as well as the down tube in the top of the tank that sends the cold water feed to the bottom of the tank..
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
SOURCE: Had the Moen L82691 installed
I think Moen is one of the easiest to work on and most trouble free there is. The only problems I have ever encouneterd with them is the mixing valve.This is the parts breakdown:
and a video
Of course you handle would have the set screw that holds it on. I would go to who ever you got the valve from and see if they will give you a new valve or, the video states Moen may provide a new one free. It's also possible, being a new install, that you may have had junk in your water lines that have now plugged the cold side of the valve. If you have some help, you may want to have someone taht can turn water off and on(slowly), cold first, and see waht kind of flow you have with valve out. Check for trash in the line and the valve first.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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