Question about Moen Plumbing
Kingsley two handle lavatory faucet
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure you turn the stop under the cabinet off use an allen wrench to take the handle off pull the keeper off the old cartridge pull the old cartridge out and make sure you put stem grease on the o-rings before installing the new cartridge or you will cutt the o-rings and ruin your new cartridge. put you keeper back in and reinstall your handle. turn your water valve back on underneath and enjoy.
Posted on Oct 26, 2014
Here is a possible solution for you. First go out and buy a Moen cartridge puller tool like this:
Next follow these steps:
Also here is some information for you about your valve:
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Posted on Dec 08, 2008
if you remove the hot water handle on the faucet you can adjust the stop. if it is a newer faucet it has a built in scold guard. the directions should tell you which direction to move the stop to get hotter water
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
This in link below had a detailed instruction on how to install your drain.
This link below has a parts view of how it goes together. If you will look the waste seat will be the peice that will go in your sink up top and everything esle underneath.
Posted on Jun 20, 2010
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