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Faucett drips after shutoff

How do u get it apart ????? there are no screws except for the ones on the shower wall

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First shut main water off to house. Pull handle, there is a set screw on bottom side. It is a allen wrench. Now with chanel locks unscrew bonnet and pull cartridge, behind you will find 2 black washers with springs in them. This is what you need to replace to get dripping to stop.

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http://www.moen.com/shared/pdf/t2703pt.pdf This link is aparts breakdown of a single handle faucet.

http://www.moen.com/shared/pdf/t2703pt.pdf This site is installation instructions.

http://www.efaucets.com/detail.asp?Product_Id=T2703 This site you can enter you faucet model to retrive information.

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