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Old 04-16-2016, 07:15 PM   #15
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Thank God, I got her done, bruised and bleeding. I have a tiny leak on the Pex fitting, the 3/4 female plastic fitting that the male end of the water line attaches to. Being unfamiliar with these, there is a plastic looking washer at the bottom which may be the issue, do they make replacements or do I need to cut this one out?

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Originally Posted by AFChap View Post
Is that Moen faucet? .. looks like it may be. There is an install tool that comes with the faucet ... long tube with socket on one end & nut shape on other as I recall. Itt easily reaches between the tubes to get the nut off. AND, a Mourn faucet is guaranteed for life. When mine plugged, they sent me a new one, tool included. My hot water tube was plugged with tiny pieces off a silicone rubber diaphragm that went to pieces.
I saved the faucet, not certain if it is Moen, so I'll check that out. Thanks

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