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I have a 19 266 Thermostat trim Shower/Safety valves shower. The valve is broke inside. It just turns with no change in temp. I removed the handle but can't remove the valve. Help.

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i looked at it and there might be a press in cap with a screw underneath where the grohe label is. there also may be a set screw around the shoulder of the handle where an allen hex wrench fits to losen its clamp on the stem. also.......some handles just snap on and just pull off with some tugging and wiggling them just right.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: single lever moen shower valve -can't remove handle

if you have taken out screw then pull off if you have a handle puller use it

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