ROB NAVAEI: mine has very low water pressure, I cleaned the filter at the end of the flexible hose, but I still have very little flow, any ideas, thanks.
james west: Well done - very helpful video. I had great difficulty removing the screw located behind the Moen tag. I could not get it loose with an allen wrench. I finally tried a Torx T-15 (Sears) - it worked! I had to slowly "rock" it back and forth in order to get it loose. Someone at the factory must have had a laugh putting it together :)
RAVIHARIREDDY DONAPATI: Thanks
BIGGSHAUN: This is how a DIY video is supposed to be done!
Edward K: Thanks.The instructions with the parts kit are crap.Thank you for the video.
ericka white: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
D Smith: Sweet! This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you! Please remember to read the text (overlay) in the video... Reversing HOT & COLD is a 180 degree clockwise turn of the spindle.
Kenneth Dandurand: Mine is the same but different. It is also a 7570C, but the handle screw is in the back behind a little gray rubber plug. Use a 3/32" allen wrench. Outside of that it is pretty close to the same.
ed: Thanks, saved my butt putting it back together!
Michael J DeStefano: Just wanted to thank you for taking the time to make the video. It was a huge help to me.
Tin Khin: Thank you.
G Weiby: My handle broke off! Looks like a faulty casting, since it doesn't take much force to turn the water on or off. What is the warranty for this? Did you say Moen is good about replacing parts?
bradshaweric: my whole faucet moves side to side all the way down to base plate...how do i tighten it?
Byron Barnard: took the hex screw right out but still couldn't get the top off. Any thoughts? I thought it should just pull right up like in the video.
Dan Collins: Thanks for this video. I have just replaced the valve in my Moen faucet with your help. The hardest part was removing the facet and spray nozzle, as there is not much room inside to slide it off. After doing the replacement, I found that it was not necessary to remove this. It would have been easier without doing so, but thanks for helping.
Wesley Graham: My problem was that the handle would hyper-extend causing the water to still drip while shut off. All mine needed was to have the plastic nut underneath the dome tightened. I guess over 5 years of use, it had worked itself loose. Super easy fix. Thanks for the vid!
Scott Stephan: I couldn't get it to work right until I read the comments! In reinstallation, make sure the white piece goes on first w the tab facing front, then the hinge joint, then the black piece. I stressed for hours before figuring it out! So glad it finally works! Thanks for the video (which I have now memorized from watching it so much!)
Celest Allred: So helpful! Thank you!
emzedee: thank you!
MrMrfreedom1: My Moen single handle is held on by a 7/64" TAMPERPROOF hex head screw. I am having one hell of a time trying to find the appropriate allen wrench, cannot find one to save my ass.
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