Moen Kitchen Faucet Handle Leak Repair
Repair a leaking Moen kitchen faucet by replacing the cartridge. This fixes a faucet that is leaking at the handle or one that does not shut off. To replace a Moen faucet cartridge, start by shutting off the water supply to the faucet. Remove the handle cap, and locate the screw on the handle. Take the screw out, then pull the handle off.
Final Words on Moen kitchen Faucet. Finally we have come to the end of the article. In fact, knowing about how to fix a leaky moen kitchen faucet will help you a lot. It's not that hard enough to do. It's just an easy and simple task. Repairing the faucet will save a good percentage of the electricity bill.
Loosen the set screw from the bottom of the faucet handle to release it using a hex key. Lift the handle off the faucet to expose the cap. Wrap the jaws of a pair of tongue-and-groove pliers in an
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A single-handled cartridge faucet is easy to disassemble. Just pry off the decorative cap on the handle, remove the handle screw, tilt the handle back and pull it off. If there's a threaded retaining clip holding the cartridge in place, use needle-nose pliers to remove it, and then pull the cartridge straight up.
Leaky Moen Kitchen Faucet Repair: This Instructable hopes to share some of my experience with a leaky Moen kitchen faucet. My hope is that through my experience, if you are ever faced with a similar situation, you will have gained some insight and confidence in fixing this problem