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Have a moen shower/tub model #82300 2300 series. need to replace cartridge. What cartridge should I buy.

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  • rsantangelo3 Nov 07, 2010

    I already have the manual that came with the faucet. It does not list the part number for the cartridge. Searched Moen and no solution. Appreciate your help.

  • rsantangelo3 Nov 07, 2010

    Thanks. While waiting for reply, decided to do google search for moen posi temp cartridges. Listed was part number 1222. Looks like the cartridge I have. Should know because the original one was bad and had to replace it. Very difficult to get cartridge out and I have the metal t shaped tool but will not work with this cartide. Prongs not long enough. Plastic tool will work, but it gets destroyed by the time you do get cartridge out.

    Thanks again.

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Here is a web site with the original wooksheet that came with your faucet. All replacement parts are listed as well. Home Depot will stock your item if needed
http://homeappliance.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/moen/2300_series.html

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    frank thomas wilson Nov 07, 2010

    you will need to fill out the form with your email address I forgot to mention

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    frank thomas wilson Nov 07, 2010

    here is a website also for the replacement cartridge

    http://www.masterplumber.net/Moen.htm

  • frank thomas wilson
    frank thomas wilson Nov 07, 2010

    yes MOEN is fairly skimpy on describing replacement parts. If removed you can see which one to buy provide by the second email I just sent. They do need to be matched up when replacing them

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Replacement part numbers are NOT listed. Not helpful.

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