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Model 9000

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Widespread Bathroom Faucet Rough-In Valve with Drain Assembly

$87.38 /each
  • Features Duralock Quick Connect system for easy installation
  • Used with MOEN widespread lavatory trim kits

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The MOEN Widespread Bathroom Faucet Rough-In Valve with Drain Assembly features the M-PACT common valve system and is ideal for 8-16 in. applications. The valve features the Duralock Quick Connect system for effortless installation. Its durability is reflected in its brass construction and metal drain assembly.

  • Brass construction with a metal drain assembly
  • 1/2 in. IPS connections
  • M-PACT common valve system that makes it easy to upgrade the style of your bathroom without having to replace the faucet plumbing
  • For 8-16 in. applications
  • Strong water pressure
  • Easy installation, just unscrew the handles and spout (sold separately), then lift out and replace
  • Unscrew the handles and spout (not included), then lift out and replace for an easy installation that helps you create a new bathroom or powder room with ease

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whats the hole size for the valve steams for new construction in vanity top ,dont have cut sheets

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June 8, 2013
model #9000 valve steams
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Woodbridge, VA, USA
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October 29, 2013
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The best source for this answer is the Moen website.
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June 10, 2013
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Hi,
I just got the MOEN rough-in kit.
I assume that you talk about the VALVE BODY diameter which is 1 inch.
I can confirm that all holes like for the 2 valves and the spout water outlet have to be a 1 inch diameter.
You may want to drill the holes slightly larger like 1/8 inch as this is not crucial to install the valves.
Any more question, please ask.
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June 10, 2013
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Hello Robert. Thank you so much for your interest and support in Moen products. The Moen rough-in valve installs through 1-1/8" minimum diameter holes. If you have additional questions, please complete the form at http://www.moen.com/consumer-suppoert/contact-us or call Moen at 1-800-289-6636. Our business hours are 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Saturday EST.
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When either faucet is turned on (Model 9000) water leaks out of the other.

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Millington, TN
May 27, 2013
Is tthere a simple fix, such as replacing a cartridge, or does the entire faucet assembly (both in this case) have to be replaced? What are the remove/replace instructions to repair this problem?
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October 29, 2013
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The part is probably not installed correctly. This is why I paid a plumber to install mine. It works perfectly. If there is a defect the Moen company will replace it. Send them a letter with a copy of your receipt.
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May 31, 2013
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Hello Carl and thank you for your interest and support of Moen products. The MOEN M-Pact Rough-In Valve with Drain Assembly uses cartridges that can be replaced thus eliminating the need for a full faucet change out. The following is a link to an animated tutorial that covers changing out a cartridge on a Moen two handle Read More
Hello Carl and thank you for your interest and support of Moen products. The MOEN M-Pact Rough-In Valve with Drain Assembly uses cartridges that can be replaced thus eliminating the need for a full faucet change out. The following is a link to an animated tutorial that covers changing out a cartridge on a Moen two handle faucet:
http://www.moen.com/consumer-support/installation-help/tutorial?id=moen0132
To receive assistance for your faucet please email a picture to http://www.moen.com/consumer-support/contact-us or call Moen at 1-800-289-6636. Our business hours are 8:00 am – 7:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Saturday EST. We are here to provide support and ensure you will be satisfied with your Moen product.
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May 28, 2013
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I am still waiting for the 4570 kit as the 9000 kit is not compatible with the older faucets.
But as I understand the 9000 kit a bit better from the design, it seems that it could be the cartridges.
In about 1 week I should know more how my parts are performing and I can just hope that I am not having another disappointment about MOEN.
I would be interested if you let me know when you have the problem
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I am still waiting for the 4570 kit as the 9000 kit is not compatible with the older faucets.
But as I understand the 9000 kit a bit better from the design, it seems that it could be the cartridges.
In about 1 week I should know more how my parts are performing and I can just hope that I am not having another disappointment about MOEN.
I would be interested if you let me know when you have the problem under control before I am getting my new 4570 kit.
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Walt
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does this valve assembly fits on my old moen 4570 faucet?

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February 3, 2013
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You need to go to the Moen website to find out which faucet the 9000 fits. This is the central valve assembly for most Moen faucets, but you should check for sure.
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Hi,
It depends on the age of your faucets. My faucets were installed in 1996 and they require a swage lock connector to screw on to the water spout. The new tubes have a fast connector type that is handy but it does not help if they do not connect. Moen told me now to buy kit 4570 CP that has the correct water spout. Costs another $ 174.00. So check whether your faucets do have that snap on connectors
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It depends on the age of your faucets. My faucets were installed in 1996 and they require a swage lock connector to screw on to the water spout. The new tubes have a fast connector type that is handy but it does not help if they do not connect. Moen told me now to buy kit 4570 CP that has the correct water spout. Costs another $ 174.00. So check whether your faucets do have that snap on connectors before buying kit 9000. Apparently Moen does not support the older water valves.
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Hello Carly. Thank you so much for your interest in Moen products. The Monticello older or newer T4570 Mpact trim will work on a new 9000 valve. However, pre-2000 Monticello 4570 faucets are pre-Mpact and will not work with the valve body. If you are not sure which version you have please check with one of our Moen Product Consultants. Complete the form at http://www.moen.com/consumer-support/contact-us Read More
Hello Carly. Thank you so much for your interest in Moen products. The Monticello older or newer T4570 Mpact trim will work on a new 9000 valve. However, pre-2000 Monticello 4570 faucets are pre-Mpact and will not work with the valve body. If you are not sure which version you have please check with one of our Moen Product Consultants. Complete the form at http://www.moen.com/consumer-support/contact-us or call Moen at 1-800-289-6636. Our business hours are 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Saturday EST. Read Less
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Does this valve assembly come with an oil rubbed bronze drain cap?

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November 27, 2012
I'm ordering the Brantford faucets. Is this the valve assembly I need to go with it and does it match teh faucet at the drain in the sink?
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Yes it does, but this store may not sell it. Just look on the internet like I did. However, some of the other places sell for a lot more. It may be double the price.
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Yes, the kit does come with a Bronze drain cap which replaces your existing one. The Model 9000 rough-in kit is the correct kit that must be installed first. The Bronze faucets (purchased separately) simply go over the top of the rough-in hardware to finish it off. I assume they are manufactured in this manner so a person could simply change the colors to say, nickel or brass or something else, without Read More
Yes, the kit does come with a Bronze drain cap which replaces your existing one. The Model 9000 rough-in kit is the correct kit that must be installed first. The Bronze faucets (purchased separately) simply go over the top of the rough-in hardware to finish it off. I assume they are manufactured in this manner so a person could simply change the colors to say, nickel or brass or something else, without reinstalling the entire plumbing unit. Of course, one could argue that it is a bit pricey for some colored metal caps. But then, style costs money - or at least my wife tells me so. Read Less
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Hello Mama and thank you for your interest in Moen products. The MOEN M-Pact Rough-In Valve with Drain Assembly includes a chrome drain plug and drain seat. The trim kit purchased to go with this rough-in valve will come with the coordinating drain plug and drain seat parts. Please feel free to contact us prior to purchase for recommendations best suited for your project. Don't hesitate to call us at Read More
Hello Mama and thank you for your interest in Moen products. The MOEN M-Pact Rough-In Valve with Drain Assembly includes a chrome drain plug and drain seat. The trim kit purchased to go with this rough-in valve will come with the coordinating drain plug and drain seat parts. Please feel free to contact us prior to purchase for recommendations best suited for your project. Don't hesitate to call us at 1-800-289-6636 or visit the "Contact Us" tab on www.moen.com to send us an email. We are here to provide support and ensure you will be satisfied with your Moen product. Read Less
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Two purchases needed to be done I love the quality of the product. The faucet itself is nice and heavy. Feels really sturdy. But I need to buy all the fittings separate. All other makers have them together with the purchase. This made the faucet even more expensive than anticipated. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Must This was a must have to complete the faucet I bought. Works well. Would buy again. May 30, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by goes with faucet, that is a vanity faucet I bought this to go with a faucet that I THOUGHT was for a tub.I think the description said this, but the faucet part is too small for a whirlpool tub. I'm returning this, so there's no way I can review the quality. February 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Be ready for some issues This is part of the newer Moen approach, in which multiple faucet designs and finishes use a single (separately sold and not cheap) rough-in valve assembly. This does not apply to the 4" faucet versions, only the ones for wider sets in which the valve handles are separate from the spout. While basically EVERY sink comes with either a 4" or 8" offset, this applies to your 8" sink installation, making the spread 8" version of any given Moen faucet set cost about double the price of the 4" version (given there is no need to purchase a rough-in assembly for an 4" version). Looking at the Moen videos, it appears the idea was to allow flexible placement of the separate valve handles in sinks with wider custom drilled installation holes. I installed in a Kohler pedestal sink with precast 8" holes. There is enough tubing for at least a 16" spread, leading to the need to find a way to coil a lot of extra tubing in the limited available space under the sink. Maybe I'm dense, but my first efforts to insert the tube end fittings into the valve and spout fittings did not seat them fully, even though they seemed to "click" into position. As soon as I turned on the water, they popped off. Further, the process to aligning the actual valve handles and spout on the valve bases and spout base seems needlessly trail and error given the limited value of the instructions. Finally, while I love the appearance and quality of the Moen (Eva in oil rubbed bronze), I installed an American Standard single handle faucet ( using 4" spread) in another little used bathroom. While it suffers in comparison (but it was 1/3 the price) it has a super simple cable setup for the pop up drain plug. Moen sticks with its complex multi-piece set-up. I'm replacing 30+ year old Moen faucets throughout the house that use the same setup, and they need regular fiddling to keep the pop-up popping up. Finally, because of the coils of tubing, finding a path for this setup is a final pain. Moen needs to come to the cable setup and should sell a version of the rough-in assembly that is simply for the standard 8" spread to avoid considerable unnecessary hassle for 99% of the situations in which it would be used. July 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy setup Pretty easy setup, lines snapped together as directions showed. Other thoughts: Not a plumber, but mounted this on a new granite vanity top was finished and water flowing/draining in under an hour. November 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful and Modern Faucet Expensive so I put the value at 4 instead of 5 but the quality and finish make me feel better about the purchase. All Bathroom and kitchen faucets match and work great but yes expensive! April 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Defective valves required replacements from Moen I got this completely installed and had the faucet trim kit all in place. When the water was turned back on, it just ran all the time, regardless of the faucet handle positions. Spent an hour on the phone with Moen customer service to determine that the valve bodies were defective and needed to be replaced. Moen customer service was polite and promptly shipped out replacement valves but the situation meant I had to take the installation back out and do it over again with good valves. Moen said they have seen these faulty valves "only a few times." Where is the quality control?? August 13, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by One faulty valve out of four. I purchased four widespread vanity faucets and four rough-in valve assemblies. One of the valves was bad so I had to order another, return the defective valve and pay the plumber for another visit. Not happy about that. Otherwise all is well. January 13, 2015
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