Jim Bogardus: I've owned one of these faucets for 12 years. Twice in the last five years I have fixed this problem by tightening the grey plastic ring. didn't have to buy anything, just take apart and tighten..
Dave Champagne: What size allen wrench was that? My set is complete - but the size seems to be an in-between size.
Stuart Doherty: Home Depot in Canada just gave me the 1225 replacement part for free. "Lifetime Warranty" apparently.... fyi for people doing this fix....
Empire of Beats: I'll humbly and respectfully add this initial step: Before you disassemble the faucet, pull up the drain handle to keep any parts from falling into the sink drain. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. So cool of you to post this!
sfchemist: This is a great video which has helped me very much. Thank you for taking the time to present this for us who are not that experienced with these types of repairs.
lonecoolman: Thank you, very helpful and informative. Instructions with the new cartridge were a joke. I now know I can tackle the other faucets with no problem. :-)
Daniel Nelson: This is better than the official Moen video. I got as far as pulling the old cartridge out. I removed the bracket, turned the cartridge 90 degrees clockwise using the white plastic cap. But the cartridge won't come out. I have been pulling with pliers, wrenches, with a lot of force and it only budges an inch or two. Any ideas to share?
Jan Fullmer: Exactly what I was looking for. Same faucet, and our fitting under the lever had even been loose also, so the input about tightening it at the end was helpful. Also very helpful were 1) identifying that the tool you need is a 7/64 hex key [hate guessing on that stuff], and 2) identifying the model numbers of the replacement cartridges, taking the guesswork out of the that part of the project. Much thanks!
Frank Corral: Thanks for the video. Not a single step was missed. Did exactly what you said and in 8mins my sink stopped dripping. We even have hot water now! I bought the plastic 1225 at Home Depot for $20. Thanks again.
Joseph Ochoa: I pulled my cartridge out with a pliers. It took a couple of good pulls, but I had no trouble at all:)
Taru Tiwari: Very helpful video, wouldn't have been able to figure out a thing without this video. Thank you.
Randy Lewis: Fantastic video. Thanks so much for outlining things so easily.
David Forman: Very helpful. Thank you.
Uchiba Uki: I install the new faucet but it's leak after we install it ! Brand new faucet but dripping water !!
Bilal: Thank you for this video, it was very helpful. I have a different model and putting the lever back was little challenging but eventually I did it. One minor mistake, I have placed the cartridge in reverse and swap hot and cold, oh well 😊
jimsxray: You forgot to show the grey plastic collar being unscrewed. Otherwise good instructions.
moh raqib: Thank u kind sir, you saved me a hell lot of water waste and the earth. God bless u
Bo Schinski: Thanks so much, man, for your public service here!
Jennifer Morrow: thanks so much. this really helped!
Dan Hantack: Great video thank you very much.
How to repair moen bathroom faucet dripping water - cartridge removal replace single lever5
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