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Old 09-07-2010, 03:15 PM   #1
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How Do I Remove the Moen Shower Handle?

Trying to do some nook and cranny cleaning and can't figure out how to remove the water on/off handle/knob on my Moen shower. I though there should be a small logo or something mounted on the axis that I could pop off to get to an attaching screw, but can't figure out how that might "pop off". ???

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I've had one of each type of control in past RV's. Does the handle look like this: Or like this:

If it's the first one, the logo hubcap has a little indentation near the edge where you can pry it/pop it out with a tiny screwdriver to get access to the screw behind it. If it's the second one, the handle is held on with a set screw. Loosen the set screw with an allen wrench to take off the handle to get access to the screw behind it.

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You're the best Lori! Found the indenation and got it off.
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If it's like our house Moens, the screw that allows the handle to be removed is actually a Torx screw, not an Allen head.
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Turns out, mine was Phillips.
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If it's like our house Moens, the screw that allows the handle to be removed is actually a Torx screw, not an Allen head.
No wonder my kitchen faucet handle keeps working loose after tightning with an allen wrench....
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