How do you remove Danco cartridges?

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how do you use a Danco cartridge puller?

Hold onto the handle and twist the puller back and forth, clockwise and counterclockwise, as it’s being pulled. Continue the back and forth motion until the cartridge pulls out of the valve body. Note: this valve, a 1222 Posi-temp shower valve, did not require the use of the large body nut on the cartridge puller.

why do faucet cartridges fail?

Usually, cartridge faucet woes mean that the rubber O rings inside the faucet have worn out, or that passages within the cartridge have become clogged. To do this, find the two shutoff valves beneath the sink that control the plumbing leading to the faucet. Turn the valves clockwise to close them.

how long do faucet cartridges last?

20 to 30 years

How do I identify my faucet cartridge?

For sink faucets, look at the front of the spout. The logo may also be on the base of the spout, where it meets the sink, either on the front or the back. For shower faucets, look on the round plate (escutcheon) behind the handle, on the handle itself, or perhaps on the actual valve behind the wall.

What is a cartridge puller?

Cartridge Puller for Moen. Remove your old faucet cartridge with the Danco Cartridge Puller for Moen. This tool is compatible with Moen 1222, 1225, and 80933. This tool works for cartridges that are plastic and brass. Installing a new cartridge eliminates a leaky faucet and saves both water and energy.

What is the difference between Moen 1222 and 1225?

The biggest difference between the Moen 1222 vs 1225 cartridges is how the shower valve handle turns the water on. Shower valves with the Moen 1225 cartridge are turned on by pulling the handle out and then adjusting the temperature by turning the handle to the left or right for hot or cold water.

Do all faucets have cartridges?

The first three (ball, disc, and cartridge) are all types of “washerless faucets” since they do not use rubber or neoprene washers. The latter (compression) is very much like your basic washer faucet. Take a look at each type and gain an overview of how they work and how they’re different.