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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if your valve is single handle there is usually a small
button type of cover for (sometimes rubber the size of a pencil erasure) that covers acces to a hex key screw that you have to remove to remove the handle
once you have removed the handle you will need a large adjustable wrench to turn a large nut that holds the cartridege tighten if still leaks remove and replace you can math the assembly at HD or Lowes
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Not going to stop the leak by tightening. Go to local plumbing or home store and they make a repair kit that has the pieces to fix your problem. Also has a diagram on the back of the kit to guide you, its really an easy fix, shut off water under the sink, both hot and cold,and just remove the handle and unscrewing the top of the valve assembly. Good luck dont forget to rate.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
ooops, didn't mean for that to be a request, sorry...It was a solution. Although, if you dont want to deal with Moen, you can get one at your local plumbing suplly store. I recommend taking the old one with you (make sure you shut the water off first!). Again, good luck
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
There should be a large nut under the single lever faucet that can be tightened. If the sink is already installed, you will need a special tool called a "spud wrench." If not installed, you can probably tighten the nut with a channel lock or other adjustable jaw pair of pliers.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
2 things can be happing here depending on the age of the tub spout. If the spout is more than 5 years old, you may need to replace it. if not that old then you may have a screen filter blockage in the shower head itself. remove the shower head from the shower neck and see if there is anything in the filter. while you have the head removed, try the tub spout again and see if problem continues. this should guide you in the next step to either replace the tub spout or just clean the shower head screen filter. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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