How do you use a Moen cartridge puller?
Grip the handle of the puller, and twist the puller back and forth, clockwise and counterclockwise, as you pull straight out. Continue the back and forth motion until the cartridge pulls out of the valve body. The valve is now ready for a replacement cartridge.
How do you use Moen 14272 cartridge retainer removal tool for 2 handle cartridges?
It is nothing special other than being the right size to fit in the hole and having the two “teeth” that can fit in the notches on the plastic cartridge nut. So in using the “tool” you stick it in the hole, engage the plastic notches in the plastic cartridge nut and simply twist it out.
What is a core puller?
Core puller is an equipment that is used to pull the core sample obtained during geotechnical investigation for the purpose of studying soil property. Since the boring process is carried out underground and out of sight, it is very essential to understand the soil characteristics that exist in the bore path.
How use Moen 14272 cartridge removal tool?
Hold the handle steady and remove the handle hub from the faucet assembly. Pull the handles off the valve assembly when the handle hubs are loosened. Use tool #14272 to loosen and remove the nut.
How do you remove a Moen cartridge puller?
Hand-tighten the large hex nut located in the middle of the puller, then pull the puller away from the cartridge to remove it. If the cartridge will not disengage, turn the large hex nut with a wrench one full turn, then pull the puller away from the cartridge again.
Can a Moen cartridge puller be used for a 1200 faucet?
The cartridge puller model shown here can be used for series 1200, 1222, and 1225 Moen cartridges. Another variation, the T-Handle Moen Cartridge Puller, can be used for the 1200 or 1225 cartridges. Shut off the water to the faucet, using the nearest available shutoff valve. Remove the faucet handle and trim to expose the valve.
What kind of Puller do I need for Moen shower valve?
The tool is also very useful for repairing a Moen shower valve as well as valves on other types of faucets. The cartridge puller model shown here can be used for series 1200, 1222, and 1225 Moen cartridges.
What’s the retaining nut on a Moen faucet?
Remove the faucet’s retaining nut by turning the nut in a clockwise direction with a wrench. The retaining nut is the large nut that surrounds the base of the faucet. It is used to hold the cartridge in place. Remove the “U” shaped retaining clip from the top of the cartridge.