Question about Moen 1 Handle LavatoryWith Drain Assembly - 64624 - N/A

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Hello, i replaced the cartridge because we were haing trouble turning the water on. after i replaced the cartridge i had a drip. i took the cartridge back out and the larger oval shape washer broke off. i replaced it again but it still drips. any ideas what it could be. the faucet did not drip with the old cartridge. Nina

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Try food safe silicone lubricant on tho o-rings.
NOT MUCH, just a small amount on your fingertip then apply on the o-rings.
you should feel the cartridge very snuggly go into place one lubbed.
if continues to leak, replace with a diff cart.

PS. You get what you pay for when it comes to replacement parts. Did you buy the after market type?

Hope this helps,
Mike.

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