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Big_Chicken_9835

Replace the cartridge. The heck these guys saying. Find out nearest plumbing supply co. Get the model number and replace the cartridge!


zanhoff

Thanks, will look into this. Is the cartridge the toggle thing below the nut that you see in the photo? I’m trying to figure out how to take all of it apart but am struggling a bit. https://assets.moen.com/shared/docs/exploded-parts-views/s6700pt.pdf


Big_Chicken_9835

Channellocks Grip the nipple and yank. But it might be as expensive as to replace it.


Big_Chicken_9835

And YouTube how to replace it if ur gonna do it. Don’t think you have the skills cause i promise if you screw up lots of damage can be done


zanhoff

Yeah I might just get Moen cartridge replacements and hire someone to just replace for me. Thanks for the advice


miserable-accident-3

I'd pour CLR into the spout and supply lines. Keep the faucet upside down. Let it sit overnight. Change the cartridge as others have suggested. When you have the old cartridge out, tie a baggie over the spout and supply lines and fill with CLR for a night again.


zanhoff

Thanks


zanhoff

Water flows out of valves just fine. Tested each supply line for flow and it flows well. Problem is that faucet water flow is a trickle. My faucet is Moen 6700 https://www.moen.com/products/90-Degree/90-Degree-Chrome-One-Handle-Low-Arc-Bathroom-Faucet/S6700


Character-Ad301

Take off supply lines and shoot with nozzle


zanhoff

any advise on how to take off the supply lines? looks like it’s attached to the faucet


igivafbutidowtfiwant

They unscrew, lefty loosey, righty tighty.


zanhoff

Thanks, I guess it’s just screwed on real tight!