|Name||Lead Free Cartridge Single Handle Faucets||Cartridge Puller for MOEN||MO-8 Cartridge for Moen Single-Handle Faucets||Cartridge for Moen Single-Handle Faucets|
|Plumbing Part Type||Cartridge||Cartridge||Cartridge||Cartridge|
|Application||Bathroom Sink,Kitchen Sink,Tub & Shower||Bathroom Sink,Kitchen Sink,Tub & Shower||Bathroom Sink,Kitchen Sink,Tub & Shower||Bathroom Sink,Kitchen Sink,Tub & Shower|
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cartridge.. it will cause more damage. You will have to remove the screw to go any further.
Not sure but it works with Moen cartridge.
I doubt it. The tool is very short and most likely not reach the nut inside.
It will work on most cartridges.
Charlie O, I cannot answer your question but your number is real close to the Moen Cartridge I am looking for which is 111621 which is stamped into the brass. It is a single shower faucet which will not allow hot water to flow presumably from lack of use. I cannot locate one in any of the big box stores, guess I will contact Moen directly!
This cartridge puller will only work on a cartridge that has the same threads in the handle that the moen does
Kerry: Sorry, but I only have MOEN in my home. BUT, ask a good plumber and he will probably know. Dick
They advertise it will, but I found it a waste of time and useless. Here's what I wrote in my review that I did: I found this to be a useless tool. The problem I always experienced with the Moen 1222 cartridge is that you can't twist it side to side to break it loose, so you obviously can't pull it straight out either. This tool requires you to break the cartridge free by twisting using the Moen plastic remover adapter just like it suggests WITHOUT this cartridge puller. What use is this thing if you can't get that far. So, I came up with my own idea using a 3" long 10-24 screw, a couple of fender washers and two 10-24 nuts, a 18" long 2"x4" board, and a 24" long crowbar. I screwed the 10-24 screw all the way into the old valve with the fender washers closest to the valve and then the nuts above the washers. I put the 2"x4" on the shower tile to spread the load I would apply, and then used the crowbar to pry out the old valve with absolutely minimal effort. I adjusted the nuts on the screw to keep the crowbar in a good leverage position as I worked the valve out. I changed five 1222 cores in my house - three the old way and 2 with this method. This new method was literally less than 1 minute to effortless remove the old valve. The old method of brute force and twisting and turning was about 30-45 for each valve. I'm never going back. And I'm certainly returning this Danco Core Puller!