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Is there a difference between Moen 1225 and 1225B?

Is there a difference between Moen 1225 and 1225B?

The difference between the 1225 and the 1225B is with the packaging. The cartridges are exactly the same, the package in which the part is displayed is different.

How do I know what Moen cartridge I have?

If not the series number can be usually be found on the underside of the faucet or on the decorative escutcheon ring that goes around it. The second way to identify your Moen valve cartridge is to remove the old one. You will do this by first shutting off the hot and cold water feed to your shower.

Is Moen 12801 and 1225 the same?

Yes! They are the same cartridge. 12801 is the number on the cartridge, but 1225 is the number on the package.

What is the difference between Moen 1200 and 1222?

While the Moen 1200 and the Moen 1225 cartridges are interchangeable, the Moen 1222 Posi Temp cartridge is absolutely not interchangeable with the Moen 1225 or 1200. In fact, there isn’t any part that is interchangeable between the Moen 1222 vs 1225 replacement parts.

Where is Moen model number located?

The model number is printed on a tag that is attached to the cold water supply line of the faucet. The supply line is located below the sink, countertop, bath rim, or behind the bowl of a bidet. The model number, or part number, is typically preceded by “P/N.” In the image above, the model number is 6227-V3-AA.

What is the replacement cartridge for Moen 12801?

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How do I know if I have a Moen 1222 or 1225?

The biggest difference between the Moen 1222 vs 1225 cartridges is how the shower valve handle turns the water on. Shower valves with the Moen 1225 cartridge are turned on by pulling the handle out and then adjusting the temperature by turning the handle to the left or right for hot or cold water.