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Sounds like a pressure-balance shower valve. The pressure balance cylinder is stuck. With water off, remove knob and trim plate. Remove pressure balance cylinder (horizontal). May be hard to get out. Use emory paper to clean up cylinder and smooth it so it moves freely. Reassemble and you'll be happy.

Moen Home | Answered 37 minutes ago


The fill valve could be stuck or defective.

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You'll have to cut out a section of the ceiling around the leak (suggest 1' x 1') and see what's damaged in the drain piping. Look for a crack in the pipe or trap, then saw out the broken section and replace. Replace the drywall, tape and repair, then paint the ceiling.

I had this problem in a newer house that turned out to be a loose drain fitting -- just not tightened up fully when originally installed.

SHE Home | Answered Yesterday


ive seen this on one of them media channels , seems these two fellows bop about central London looking for a particular type of car and then using supposedly only a toilet plunger pop the door open and wait for the owner to return (for there reaction to be filmed) ohh don't think id be trying that over In the states cus im sure there'd be gunfire involved , due to this being filmed and for only a reaction to owner's discovery I tend to believe this is staged for the camera to see .

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Start with the pipe that extends out from the wall where you hooked up your cold water connection.
Get your self a large container and many rags or towels.
Gently loosen the connection to see if there is any water coming out of the wall pipe.
If not, there is your problem.
If so, you have something plugged up or wrong with the hose or the faucet.
Remember, normally a person will turn off the water at both valves under the sink when the replace a faucet.
Those valves are where most of your connection hoses go.
A valve can be broken or stripped, so that it will not turn on after you have turned it off.
God bless your efforts.

Home | Answered Yesterday


Stems are removed from the top of the valve. With handle removed, use an appropriate wrench to unscrew it.

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