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Old 07-06-2013, 01:16 PM   #1
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Is there any way to ID this before I remove it? I'm just trying to avoid turning off the water to the house twice. There are no manufacturer markings anywhere on the hardware. I thought maybe it was a Moen but the shower in a different bathroom has a very similar knob and escutcheon and is marked Stanadyne.
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I just learned that Stanadyne is marketed by Moen this the design similarities. I'm thinking it must be a 1225. Thoughts?

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I just learned that Stanadyne is marketed by Moen this the design similarities. I'm thinking it must be a 1225. Thoughts?
1225 is a safe bet
Talk to moen- they might ship you one for free
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Life time warranty. You will also need the cartridge removal tool to get that old one out.
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Do you think the puller is necessary? I'd love to not spend more than I need to.
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