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Old 06-18-2020, 04:51 PM   #1
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Shower Faucet Repair

I am trying to identify the valve that's in my shower so I can replace the seals. It leaks when showering but not when turned off, so not a major issue but figure water line seals will be next.


To me it looks like it's a Delta faucet but can't find any identification. Anyone know? Or know repair parts number? Photo below: Sorry photos sideways but if you click on photo it will not be sideways, strange.
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I'd just replace the whole cartridge. It comes with new seals and is simple to replace. Turn the water off, take the handle off. Unscrew the chrome trim and you'll see a nut holding the cartridge in place. Remove that nut and pull the cartridge out with pliers. Sometimes they are in there tight. Take it to Lowes/HD/Ace and match it up. I think mine is a Moen.

Put a dab of waterproof plumbers grease on it before you slide the new one in. Makes it easier to remove next time around.
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I'd just replace the whole cartridge. It comes with new seals and is simple to replace. Turn the water off, take the handle off. Unscrew the chrome trim and you'll see a nut holding the cartridge in place. Remove that nut and pull the cartridge out with pliers. Sometimes they are in there tight. Take it to Lowes/HD/Ace and match it up. I think mine is a Moen.

Put a dab of waterproof plumbers grease on it before you slide the new one in. Makes it easier to remove next time around.


Thanks Iíll check Moen out. I was hoping to luck out and get what brand would fit but will probably end up doing what you suggest.
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Bill sums it up nicely. The cartridge is easy enough to replace, as per his instructions. I would add that Moen tend to have lifetime warranties. When I replaced the cartridge to the Moen shower faucet in our home, I simply brought the cartridge into Home Depot, and they exchanged it for a new one. Free of charge, no questions asked.

This of course assumes your faucet is made by Moen. I don't have any experience with Delta and their warranties. But worth a shot to look into, maybe Delta will exchange for free as well.

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