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Old 09-02-2013, 07:16 PM   #1
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Sorry best I can do for now, daughter sent from college said only getting hot water. I quess I need to replace cartrdige but need to know which one? Any thouhgts to this make?

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It is NOT Moen---with that fat barrel,it might be a Delta,

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Thanks now to figure out the model!
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Followup could it just be the springs and seals? Or do these only cause a leak? When worn out?
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Agree with you, propably need a new cartridge.

Looks like a 1400 or 1600 series.
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You can try to adjust it first. Little plastic gear probably worn out. Then go to delta website, customer service, and they may send you a new cartridge for free.


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