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Moen 3500 valve would not turn to the other positions. Took it apart and can not figure out how the cartridge can change position when the two pins lock into the valve body
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure that you did not pinch an O ring seal when you were installing the cartridge. If so replace O ring. when installing new cartridge try putting a little Vaseline on all the O rings. It will seal better. It is rare but you could have purchased a defective cartridge. Never buy a cartridge if the package was opened because maybe someone just needed the O ring that is making your faucet leak :-)
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
hi, there is a lock nut that holds the cartridge in this will need to be unscrewed, if you have already done that it should only be a matter of pulling it straight out, sometimes the cartridge gets seized in the body of the tap use mutli grips or pliers to pull it out by the shaft that the handle goes on
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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