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Re: angle base cracks in factory seams
Contact manufacture ask for replacement as it is most likley defect substandered matriels thay may be intrested in the fault in there product and may give you discount on new if you use there product again.
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problem usually happens when grout is not fully cured and sealed when water penetrates it so... remove old grout using grout removal tool (you can pick up from any where that sells flooring(tile) pick up some new sanded grout to match and sealer apply then seal 24 hrs cure time is req. before sealer wait 2 hrs then re-apply sealer
For the Clubmaster shower head there is a rebuild kit available. This is part number 92027000 and is available through your local dealer or online dealer. If you need further help feel free to contact me at Hansgrohe. 1-800-334-0455 press 2 for Tech and ask for David Scarborough. I'd be happy to help.
You can purchase a replacement cartridge for that... most hardware stores or places like Home Depot or Lowe's will have them. Take in the old acrtridge or the model of thefaucet. Some of them need a special puller to get the old cartridge out..
Shower heads, by and large, are not built to be serviced. There are generally no parts available for even the most expensive head. Consider it a light bulb...when it dies it's dead and there is no rebuild
don't know them but if you do an ID search on Ebay for thefaucetdiscounters they sell new faucts etc and assessories at at least 50% less than the lowes and depot we got ours at 128.00 (included ship) home depot was 325.00 special order....oil rubbed too
If the water is off but still coming through, open a tap or two on one of the lower levels.
Basically the old stem does come out thru the top of the valve. Hopefully Moen sent you the tool to do this job. The tool is a 3/4"diameter about 4 inches long. Even on one end and two little tabs on the other.
Take the handle off stem. Remove the upper retaining nut, usually chrome. Pull out the two plastic upper stem pieces. Insert the 2 tabbed end into the stem area. You will feel the tab drop into the retainer ring. Slowly rotate the retainer ring out Counterclockwise. After the retainer ring is out then put the long screw in the stem and pull it out. Sometimes a little leverage helps here.
You will have TWO retainer nuts. The first one is easy just under the handle, the second will require the special insert tool.