How to Replace a Shower Mixer Valve?

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Replacing a shower mixture valve will need you to first turn off the water to the mixer valve. Next, remove the screws or the metal strapping that holds the mixer valve. After that, calculate the distance between the outlets on the valve and then sand the ends of all pieces of pipe. Next, push the couplings in the three cut ends of the pipes and then uncoil solder from its pool. After that, you will then heat the shower coupling by moving its flame. Finally, turn the water supply back on after everything has cooled down.
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1. Turn off the water to the mixer valve at the house's main shutoff valve. Mark the two copper lines going into the bottom of the valve, and the copper line coming out of the top
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From a plumbing or cleaning point of view? Whichever, a cloth, bucket and soap will do the trick.
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Hi Tom, While I am not familiar with that model of moen valve, most single handle shower valves have a temperature limit on them. but what you need is a pressure balanced valve, that
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