Faucet handle problems result from a variety of causes including mineral buildup, a damaged seal or excess silicone, so the repair will vary depending on the cause. In basic terms, the procedure is to determine the probl... More »

The tools required to repair a Moen single-handle faucet are a Phillips and a regular-headed screwdriver, an adjustable wrench, a flashlight, pliers, plumber's putty, thread seal tape and an Allen wrench. Any additional ... More »

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Fix the part of the single-handle faucet that causes the issues. For example, if the spray head is leaking, replace the assembly containing the spray hose. If the spray hose won't send out water or somehow fails to diver... More »

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Common causes of problems with Moen faucets include scratched o-rings or grommets, a broken handle, a faulty rubber seal, a clogged cartridge or an obstructed supply line, states the company. Damaged o-rings are a typica... More »

To repair a single-lever faucet, turn off the water, remove the handle and replace any damaged or malfunctioning parts. Most handles are attached with a single screw, but some of the screws are hidden by a snap-on cap, w... More »

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In order to repair a Moen faucet, remove the faucet handle, disassemble the internal mechanism and replace any malfunctioning components. Moen faucets feature an internal cartridge, and many problems are either cause by ... More »

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To remove a Moen kitchen faucet, detach the index plate on the handle of the faucet and remove the screw that is exposed to take out the handle. Next, take out the bonnet nut that holds the faucet in its position and fin... More »