20 Most Recent Moen & One Handle Tub & Shower Faucet Questions & Answers


Put a cup of Baking Soda in drain, then add two cups white vinegar! This should foam like crazy wait ten minutes ,run real hot water.
you may have to repeat a couple times.
this will not hurt pipes unlike some drain cleaners.

Moen & One... | Answered on Feb 27, 2017


More info needed. Posi-temp or regular? Has it been worked on recently?

Moen & One... | Answered on Jul 19, 2016


Take a sharp knife and gently slide it under the edge of the cap. Now pry up.

Moen & One... | Answered on Jul 19, 2016


You will need to replace the cartridge. It is a 1225 Moen cartridge which you can get at any hardware store Home Depot or plumbing supply. A brass cartridge is also made but it costs more and is no better than the plastic cartridge. The tools you need.are silicone grease or heat proof grease, a phillips screwdriver, pliers, a 34" copper cleaning brush, and a small flat screwdriver or an awl. The water to the house must be shut off before you remove the cartridge. Open the valve to bleed the water pressure. Turn the handle so it is in the neutral position between hot and cold. This will make it easier to orient the cartridge when you replace it. To access the cartridge, you must first remove the handle. In order to remove the handle use the awl or screwdriver(or a knife) to pry off the cap on the handle. Once the cap is removed use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the screw. Now the handle can be pulled straight off. Pull off the chrome stopp tube that encloses the cartridge. No pliers needed, just pull it straight off. The brass spindle in the middle of the cartridge has a notch on one side or the other. Take note if this notch is up or down because that is how you are going to install the new cartridge. Keep in mind that if you install the cartridge improperly where hot and cold are reversed, you can simply remove the handle and spin the brass spindle in the cartridge 180°. There is a horseshoe shaped retainer clip that keeps the cartridge in place. Use your small screwdriver or awl to pry upward on the retainer clip to remove it. A white plastic cartridge removal tool comes with your cartridge. Place it onto the spindle and turn back and forth back and forth to loosen the cartridge. Now you can take your pliers, grab the brass spindle firmly, and pull straight back towards you. If this is a really old valve it might not want to come out. Keep trying, but if it doesn't work you will need to purchase the cartridge removal tool. Be aware that there are two different types, one for the posi-temp, and one for the basic cartridge that you have. It is similar to a hub pulling tool used for cars. Back the nut on the tool up all the way towards the T-handle and back the screw all the way out. Now place the tool onto the brass spindle of the cartridge, and turn the screw until you can't anymore. Take the T handle, turn back and forth to loosen the cartridge. Now you can advance the nut. Use your pliers on the nut if it is too difficult to turn with your hand. The next step is something that I do to ensure better performance and a longer lifetime of the new cartridge. Take a three-quarter inch copper cleaning brush and turning it clockwise push it into the housing of the cartridge. Never turn the brush counterclockwise. As you remove it from the housing turn it clockwise. Now the lines must be flushed to get any debris out of the cartridge housing. Turn on the water main for the count of three seconds and then turn it off. Take some silicone grease or heatproof grease and rub it on the inside of the housing Now you are ready to install your new cartridge. As I said before, take note of the notch on the cartridge. The two tabs on the end of the cartridge must align vertically. Push the cartridge all the way in and reinstall your retainer clip. If the clip does not go all the way in the two tabs on the cartridge may not be aligned properly. Use your cartridge removal tool or the plastic piece that came with the cartridge to line these tabs. If they are not exactly vertical the clip may not go on. If the cartridge is not pushed in all the way to clip may not go on. But the stop tube and handle back on and you are done

Moen & One... | Answered on Jul 19, 2016


I have found new shower controls that were defective as installed. You may have to have yours repaired or replaced to get it working right.

Moen & One... | Answered on Apr 14, 2016


You need a plumber. They will turn the water off and replace the cartridge that turns the water on and off.

Moen & One... | Answered on Apr 14, 2016


Sometimes the valve sticks to the handle, try spraying a little vinegar or delimer and let it sit a moment; then wiggle it loose.

Moen & One... | Answered on Mar 05, 2016


There is a special tool that yo can use to remove an old and stuck moen cartridge and they can found at your hardware store. Now before you remove the cartridge be sure to remove a small brass or copper pin located at the top of the stem. you will see a groove in the stem cover where the pin is located. once the pin is removed hookup the puller and remove stem. sometime you are able just to grab the stem with a pair of pliers and give a good pull and twist to get it out. don't pull to hard to damage the plumbing in the wall. good luck and I hope I was able to help. As always, TURN OFF THE WATER FIRST...

Moen & One... | Answered on Feb 27, 2016


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

Moen & One... | Answered on Dec 23, 2015


It sounds like you know what you're doing, but if it has O'rings, try replacing those. If there is a snug fix with the valve then the leak is a problem with the inner workings of the cartridge.

Moen & One... | Answered on Nov 25, 2015


It needs a new cartridge. Moen gaurantees most of their products for life, so if you have the original instructions check for contact info. They'll send you a new cartridge for $0.00

Moen & One... | Answered on Sep 25, 2015


you don't sad to say

Moen & One... | Answered on Aug 12, 2015


Take the shower head off and replace it with another one take the shower head to home depot and tell them the problem and then they will be able to tell you how to install it if this doesn't help call the plumber of your choice before you have to pay a pricey water bill.

Moen & One... | Answered on Jul 10, 2015


Couple of ideas: If you don't get water at all first check to see if the shut-off valves are open. If so, close them and remove and clean the cartridge. If water comes from the spout and not the shower head, make sure the diverter (the handle on the tub spout) moves up when you pull it. If that works, remove and clean the shower head since there might be debris blocking the water flow. Without
more info this is my best guess.

Moen & One... | Answered on Apr 07, 2015


If the handle spins, but the cartridge remains stationary, then the stop inside the handle is broken and the handle must be replaced. To test, remove handle and see if you can turn the stem with a pliers. If you can turn the water on, then I'm right. Replace the handle. If not, then you have me stumped.

Moen & One... | Answered on Feb 27, 2015

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