How do you fix a leaky Moen kitchen faucet?

How to Fix a Moen Kitchen Faucet That Drips

  1. Prepare Your Tools.
  2. Turn Off Water Source.
  3. Open Up the Faucet.
  4. Reveal the O-Ring and Cartridge Tube.
  5. Determine Location of the O-Rings.
  6. Remove the Escutcheon or Crown.
  7. Pull Out the Water Spout.
  8. Take the O-Rings and Bearings Off.

How do I contact Moen free replacement parts?

Replacement parts may be obtained by calling 1-800-289-6636 (Canada 1-800-465-6130), or by writing to Moen Incorporated, 25300 Al Moen Drive, North OImsted, OH 44070-8022.

Can Moen faucets be repaired?

Moen offers a wide selection of faucet models even though they all contain cartridges and that’s why most of the leakages can be fixed by replacing the cartridges or the rubber parts. All you need to know is the faucet model to select the appropriate replacement parts.

Why would a faucet suddenly stop working?

Rust is a common reason why your taps may suddenly stop working. If you notice that rust has gathered on your tap’s exterior, it is a sure sign that it has gathered on the interior too. Rust comes from general wear and tear and can cause blockages. If you see any rust, you should replace your tap with a new faucet.

Do Moen faucets have washers in them?

However, Moen faucets are designed with cartridges, and it is these you replace and not washers per se. Whichever Moen faucet model you have, you need only a few tools, a few minutes and a little patience to replace Moen faucet cartridges.

What is Moen faucet warranty?

Moen warrants to the original consumer purchaser for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home (the “Warranty Period” for homeowners), that this faucet will be leak- and drip-free during normal use and all parts and finishes of this faucet will be free from defects in material and manufacturing workmanship.

How do you repair a single handle faucet leak?

Faucet Leaking Under Handle Repair Method 1: Step 1 – Turn the water off using the water valve under the sink. Step 2 – Take off the handle by using the proper size allen wrench . (Remove decorative cap on top of handle if applicable) Step 3 – Pull the handle up and off.