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Moen one handle tub & shower is leaking from spigit

How do i remove the cartridge ? is the stem part of the cartridge i have removed brass retaining ring.

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A stem is a cartridge in a real old valve. You have pulled retainer clip, you can try to pull it out with pliers, but you might need a moen cartrigde puller.

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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  2. Remove the 2 screws from the handle housing and remove the housing and escutcheon from escutcheon adapter plate.
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