Depending on what faucet you have.this is a common problem with old moen posi temp cartridges basically you need a hammer flat head screw driver needle nose pliers. Take it out one piece at a time but be careful not to damage the side walls of the valve
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I am not familiar with that particular model but on most moens there is a type of clip that looks somewhat like a washer in the shape of a horseshoe..... it slides into a groove in the stem of the faucet....... take a wire brush and wd 40 and clean the area ( i am assuming you have removed the faucet handle and crown btw turn water off under sink hot and cold) take a jewlers screw driver and try to slide down between the main part of the faucet and the cartridge.. you can also use a needle nose pliars to get it out then take pliars or vice grips and grab stem and pull out
The make a cartridge puller you screw into the stem.... You can however use a vice grip and some leverage you must be able to grab the stem i believe you can put the screw that holds the handle into the stem then take a vice grip grab the screw then use a piece of wood to pry against and get it out the stem puller saves you a real headache pick one up at lowes or home depot
these stems get gunk from chlorine etc some how you have to get a hold of the stem and be able to apply leverage to get it out im not sure if you can turn the stem clockwise then counter clock wise all the way around while pulling up..... be careful but if you have a vice grip grab the stem then use something like a wooden spoon or butt of a hammer to pry the vice grip up i hope you turned water off at base first or you will have a mess
hi, try to jiggle the steering wheel back and forth to try and remove the key. If it doesn't work, you can try to remove the key from it's key chain, lock onto it with a pair of vice grips and pull it out of the ignition. opcom 2010 software
Are you asking about faucet handle or pop up drain . If you are referring to faucet handle the easiest thing to try first is to remove center cover from top of handle. It's the one with the moen insignia or name on it. These are usually just a friction fit so use a small blade screwdriver or knife blade to carefully remove cover. There is a screw that holds handle on cartridge. Remove screw and gently remove handle by pulling up. If you have not shut off water supply valves this will open valve and run water. Push down on carteidge stem to shut off water. Use a penetrating oil such as WD-40 and spray around cartridge.Allow a few mins. then pull cartridge stem up and push it back down several times spraying with penetrating fluid several times. You can move stem by gripping with pliers. This should help free cartridge . If this helps you can save on service call. Reinstall handle with screw and center cover. Hope this helps. Thanks
If you are referring to a Posi Temp cartridge they can be tough to remove from the valve body but there is a specific Moen 'puller' tool available. Basicially, once the 'U' shaped brass clip, which holds the cartridge on place is removed, the old cartridge (including the brass stem) will pull out completely. However they are frequently stuck in place and require some force to break free. A small plastic tool is included with the new cartridge - it isn't worth much, IMO but at least try it. Slide it over the stem so that it fits snuggly against the old cartridge and twist it with channel locks or crescent wrench. You may be successful in getting the cartridge to turn, one it does it will usually then pull out. Grasp the brass stem with vise grips/channel locks and pull the cartridge straight out. If it doesn't budge, you will likely need the specific tool mentioned above which screws into the stem (where the screw for the handle would normally fit) and is tightened down against the valve body. The pressure applied is similar to an auto. brake puller, pulling the valve out. Be careful in exerting any pressure against the valve body because it may not be adequately fastened to blocking inside the wall cavity and too much or excessive pulling may cause damage to the water supply lines.
Make sure before the install the new cartridge the valve body is clean and free of any build up. I usually take a little emery cloth and clean it out then flush the valve with water. Also use plenty of additional silicon/plumbers grease on all the black rubber seals before inserting it . Make sure it is not upside down and fits into the valve body all the way. The brass retaining clip is then re-inserted. Be careful not to lose it as a replacement is not included with the new valve and may not be easy to come by. Good luck!
The wheel on the botton has a plastic white insert that will lift or retract the gear stem. Depending on the ratation of the motor this will pull or retact that stem. During spin cysle, the wheel rotates CCW and pulls that stem out(towards the floor). This action should disengage the brake and also start rotating the tum. Remove power, remove the belt and rotate wheel manually and see if the empty tub spins. If not, remove the wheel and take care to not drop all the washers and bearings. Once removed take some vice grips and yank on that gear stem until the brake mechanisn is released. That stem should only need to move a few mm maybe 5-10. Once fully reassembled if this continues to happen, get a new pully assembly.
Hi-I have a DLC-7, it looks a lot like yours. On my machine the stem is removed by pulling straight up. It is held only by the friction of a knurled section of the shaft, no threads or other fasteners. You could grip it lightly sideways with a pliers or vise-grips and then use hammer head to tap upwards on the side of the pliers. Squeeze the shaft firmly enough to grip it adequately, but not so hard as to crush it.
Probably need to remove and replace the cartridge. Often sediment will tear part of the o-ring or seal on the cartridge and cause this problem...
varies by model, but generally, remove the cap on the knob, unscrew the knob, remove the keyed sleeve, remove the round trim plate & shut off the service stops (verify they are fully closed by pulling out on the valve stem) next remove the retaining clip (needle nose and be gentle) that holds the cartridge in place, then pull the cartridge straight out with vice grips or similar (or get a puller). clean the cartridge, flush out the valve body by slightly opening both service stops, reinstall cartridge and clip, open service stops and see if it still leaks. if it does, take your cartridge to the store (any reasonable HW or plumbing store should have a replacement) and get a new one. then reverse the process to reinstall.
If you send me the model I'll get you more specific instrucitons and pictures...