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We just replaced the tub faucet (one-handled) with a new replacement cartidge but instead of a drip now the water is coming out in a steady stream! We took the old one to Home Depot to get the replacement. What is the problem now?

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Maybe it is not seated correctly. But I would take it back and make sure you ask for a moen cartidge, because there are two or three off brand cartidges that are made to fit moen but they are cheaper in quality.

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