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SOURCE: Moen 7980 series kitchen faucet. Question- How do you remove the spout nut from the diverter ?

Remove the handle. Use a strap wrench if you can't do it by hand.

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How t fix moen kitchen faucet sprayer


Moen Spray Diverter Repair
First, remove head and soak in vinegar. Use toothbrush to remove scale. If this fixes your problem, ignore the following.

To repair your Moen sprayer, first pick up Moen part # 91192 diverter and a Moen #117 spout o-ring set. Remove the cap on handle, remove the screw on the interior cap and remove handle. Your spout can now be removed by pulling it straight up. Here is a pic of the part. Slide the diverter up and off the faucet post. Remove the two o-rings from the post and install only one large one and one small one onto post making sure to grease them with the silicone provided. The other small o-ring is for faucets without the spray. Discard it. Slide the new diverter down onto the post and reassemble the spout and handle assemblies. Make sure to properly engage the flat on the handle into the groove on the retainer nut when reinstalling handle..
Good luck!

Aug 21, 2017 | Moen Plumbing

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HOW TO FIX MOEN KITCHEN FAUCET SIDE SPRAYER CLOG


If it is simply clogged, soak the head in vinegar for an hour and use a brush to clean the scale from the spray head.

Instructions if your sprayer has failed:
To repair your moen sprayer, first pick up Moen part # 91192 diverter and a Moen #117 spout o-ring set. Remove the cap on handle, remove the screw on the interior cap and remove handle. Your spout can now be removed by pulling it straight up. Here is a pic of the part. Slide the diverter up and off the faucet post. Remove the two o-rings from the post and install only one large one and one small one onto post making sure to grease them with the silicone provided.The other small oring is for faucets without the spray. Discard it. Slide the new divertor down onto the post and reassemble the spout and handle assemblies. Make sure to properly engage the flat on the handle into the groove on the retainer nut when reinstalling.
Good luck!

Aug 21, 2017 | Moen Plumbing

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I JUST REPLACED THE MOEN CARTRIDGE # 1225 HOWEVER THERE IS NO WATER COMING OUT OF THE SPOUT ALTHO WITHOUT THE SPOUT ON THERE IS WATER. IT FEELS LIKE SOMETHING IS JAMMED ABOUT HALF WAY INTO THE SPOUT.


When the old cartridge was removed part of the old rubber seal must have broken free, I have had it happen numerous times and have found that ( I belive that they are called mechanics picks which I bought at princess auto for about $5) will remove most of the debris. If you are carefull enough and have shut off valves, with the cartridge still removed, turn the water on slowly and it should help flush the rest of the debris out.

Oct 08, 2014 | Moen Plumbing

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How do you get the spout off?


Information on your faucet can be found here:

http://www.moen.com/chateau/chrome-two-handle-low-arc-kitchen-faucet/_/R-CONSUMER%3A7907

The exploded parts view can be helpful is seeing how your faucet is assembled:

http://www.moen.com/shared/pdf/7906pt.pdf

First turn off the hot and cold water supply taps. Then to remove the spout you simply unscrew the spout cap counter-clockwise; you should then be able to lift the spout up and off the supply post.

May 19, 2011 | Moen 7907 Chateau Two-Handle Kitchen...

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Trying to change cartridge on Moen single lever kitchen faucet with sprayer. Now that it's been reassembled, gets no water from spout when turned on. When lever is turned on, sprayer goes off and...


Moen has a diverter built in that will need to be replaced.

use the same steps as when you replaced the cartridge, but this time you will need to remove the spout, there is a small diverter, you will see it when spout is removed.

take this part with you to the hardware store, along with the O Rings from the spout, as they will need to be replaced also

use a non silicone faucet lubricant when putting back together

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I have a moen fawcett. single knob, it is leaking


the spout is the end piece where the water comes out. where is it leaking ?.
when you put it back together i would suggest you use some teflon tape often called plumbers tape on all the theaded fittings as that will prevent any leaks as well.

Nov 27, 2009 | Moen & One Handle Tub & Shower Faucet

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I have a 2 handle moen kitchen faucet that is leaking at the base, I do not know how to remove the spout cover..I have tried removing it by prying with a screwdriver but I did not want to force it. does it...


The spout cover is threaded and unscrews then remove spout and replace the o rings with a Moen o ring kit only use Moen brand or Ace Hardware brand

Oct 22, 2009 | Moen Plumbing

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Moen Tub Filler Can't Remove Spout


It should lift off gently twist as you lift maybe tap spout lightly back and forth with a rubber mallet

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