The Moen Extensa faucet has a pull-out handle or perhaps a regular spout mind. If leaks occur, or else you discover the flow rates are slower than usual, there's a quick repair you are able to perform which will return the tap to as-new condition. Repair the tap by replacing the cartridge within the handle with a brand new one from an Extensa repair package. It requires one half-hour to accomplish the repair, and also you just have some fundamental plumbing understanding to obtain your faucet working again.
Turn off water towards the faucet by closing both valves around the water pipes underneath your sink.
Take away the plastic plug at the bottom of the tap handle and remove the screw under it by having an Allen wrench. Next, pull the handle from the fixture.
Take away the dome (the round cap around the faucet body) by turning left and pulling from the part. Keep the dome with large pliers and switch when the part is stuck. Take away the spacer and unscrew the faucet's cartridge nut by loosening it with a set of large pliers.
Go ahead and take cartridge from the faucet and fix it with water, after which change it. You may also switch the entire cartridge with a brand new one in the repair package. When the cartridge isn't in good shape and shows indications of damage, change it.
Place the faucet together again by tightening the cartridge nut, replacing the spacer and dome, sliding the handle back on and tightening the handle screw. Switch the plug.