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SOURCE: How do I remove the aerator on a moen pull out

It should just unscrew. You might need some needle nose pliers as the aerator may be slightly recessed.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

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Unscrew the retaining ring that holds the aerator and "O" ring. Note the O ring may be made out of brass or rubber. If brass it must be inserted with the beveled edge "in" Replace the retaining ring, sealing the threads with a small amout of plumbers putty or teflon tape. You can get a a repair kit which contains everthing you'll need for a couple of bucks at most hardware stores.

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the small hole underneath handle where you put your hand has a small set screw(alan wrench)-should be able to see hole,loosen and wiggle handle should pop off, spin off packing underneath and pop out stem make sure water is off - whole new stem is cheap

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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Try removing the aerator and turning the water on and see if you have the same result....if not replace the aerator....if so check for scale build up inside spout or the water pressure.

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