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Take handle off (either set-screw from side or bottom of handle, or phillips screw under cap on end of handle), pull off sleeve that's behind handle, unscrew nut that holds cartridge (strap wrench works great) and pull cartridge out.
You will have to replace the shower diverter button. Remove the handle, remove the faceplate, and the diverter will screw out. Any plumbing supply that carries Moen products will have a replacement button for your valve
1-For a metal lever handle it will have a allen head screw at the base of the lever to remove with a 1/8" allen wrench. If you can not see screw it may have a cap covering it to remove.
2-To remove plastic acrylic caps remove plastic cap to acess screw to remove handle.
Once handle is off remember the location of the dial to adjust it counter clockwise to increase hot water flow. Slide indicator dial back on stem and reposition about a 1/4" turn counter clockwise and recheck for change in temperature.
If you need any more help refer to the link provided for a digram of faucet. Go to parts down load and view faucet parts view. I hope this will be helpful in solving your issue.
SHUT OFF THE WATER SUPPLY VALVE BEHIND THE SHOWER.THOSE HANDLES ARE DIFFICULT TO REMOVE,SQUIRT WD-40,LET IT SOAK IN,THEN GIVE IT A LITTLE TAP ON THE HANDLE ,BE CAREFUL NOT TO DAMAGE IT.IF YOU CAN NOT STILL REMOVE THE HANDLE,THEY SELL A HANDLE PULLER,
There is a set screw in the handle, it can either be a hex screw or it can be a philips head screw depending on which faucet you have. If you have a clear decrative handle then there is a cap that you remove and the screw is behind it. Once you remove it you can remove the other trim.