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Old 04-15-2009, 05:43 PM   #1
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Red face 94 Itasca: Shower vale repair/replacement

My wife and I just purchased "as is" a 94 Itasca. Upon getting it home
and hooking up city water found pump was leaking and shower faucets
were leaking as well. pump is on the way. But how do you repair the faucets, can they be easily replaced?? shed some light somebody!
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Mine is a Moen. I have few plumbing skills, but it was easily replaced...sort of.
Call Moen, (or go online) and they will send you the valve and a valve removal tool. You can also purchase the tool (a plastic wrench at a plumbing supply). The hard part was easing out the old valve without twisting the plastic piping. Using WD-40 (lots of WD-40) and a friends extra set of hands, the old valve came free. Inserting the new valve was simple. Hope this helps.
Moen web site has a full discription with pictures of this process.
All this depends on if the valve is Moen.
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