Devinder Singh: Thanks a bunch, I didnt even know that cartridge itself can be replaced. Saved me 200 dollars. Yodabest
jesse miranda: I like your homemade puller but a good plumber always uses the right tool . ( Do it right the first time..)
Ramiro Cavazos: awesome step by step will be doing this soon. keep up the good work.
cnghiem67: Thanks for the video. The homemade puller worked on an incredibly stuck cartridge. Really appreciate your help.
Marie Finamore: thank you~ appreciate the detail.
Cherie Andrews: genius. Thank you.
Cuong Du: thank you for your show to open the moen by homemade trick
Chris B: I would like to know how to remove the handle adapter that is stuck. The one I have isn't plastic, it's metal. Any help will be appreciated.
Mo Nice: I'm a service plumber and there is s tool out there it's about $10. If your not a plumber than don't bother buying it just do the thing he did. Nice trick
Peter Scordamaglia: Thank you for the video. This gave me the confidence to get this repair done. Kids have been complaining about a VERY touchy hot water issue, where the temperature is either cold or AS HOT AS THE HOT WATER HEATER IS , which is usually a very brisk ~135 (Solar HW Heater). With a bit of cursing to my limited junk drawer (I ended up using a 1/2" 3/4 Socket, a 11/16 box wrench, a washer and a small 1/4" socket to start the pull) and lots of patience, I was able to get it out. I did break one positioning tab and another reinforcing tab mid-body, but I was going to replace it anyhow. Thanks again!
Gerald Vaandering: love how the handle just slid off. Would like to see how you take one off that is thoroughly stuck on. Do you cut the handle off or what.
Bobby P.: PB Blaster spray lube is a Miracle Worker with these type issues.
Bill Burbank: Thank you thank you thank you. What a great trick. It worked great!
Rob Anderson: I replaced a 1222 cartridge and now the hot and cold water are reversed and the off is at the center of the hot and cold at 12:00 position it was at at 6:00 before, is there a way to fix this problem without pulling out the cartridge again. one guy said you have to pull the cartridge out and turn the whole cartridge 180 degrees, but I don't wanna damage the rubber gaskets, is it ok to turn the metal stem 180 degrees and would that fix my problem.
Bob Sagget: Looks like it is a pain in the lower back to remove those cartridges because you have to use a puller and some elbow grease.Watched a dozen of videos with poor plumbers trying all possible ways to get this damn thing out. I am sure that Moen knows that. Maybe it is a time to change the design of the faucet to make it possible to use just common plumber tool for this job? Hello, Moen?
Michael “Moses” Hammer: I liked your Homemade puller trick! That works better than the Plastic ones they sell, that tend to break. Thank you.
Guy inSJ: How come taking out the Moen Cartridge is ALWAYS MUCH HARDER than Delta Cartridge. Why it never fix the problem?
John Steele: Super! Thank you for sharinig.
Barry Baldwin: Thanks so much for this video. Your little trick for creating a home made cartridge puller was just what I needed.
Ernesto Garcia: This worked for me. The exact puller you used I had and used myself! I was going to call a plumber but instead like always I attempt to do it myself first to save that dollar and in this case your video absolutely helped a brother out! Thanks for posting this video!