Originally Posted by LBJAMES
I have a customer that needs a 3" water service for a fire sprinkler system with a backflow devise. not sure what backflow devise or type of pipe to use.
Originally Posted by Joe Hafford
I have a Whirlpool Model. No. FG1F404053PV LP 40Gal. heater. Was made aware of the thermo couple problem via US mail after settlement of the lawsuit and got a replacement resetable thermo couple. It failed this afternoon as my daughter was taking a shower and the unlighted heater proceeded to fill the house with gas. When I got through to Whirlpool to tell them about the failure, the lady proceeded to tell me that I should call the local gas company about it. I asked her if the proper thing to do
Hello folks, Looking for assistance in connecting three Kohler Shower tiles in a loop to ensure the same flow through each. This shower system has five heads, one main, one handheld and the three tiles. The supply pipe is 3/4" to the Temp Control Valve then 3/4" to a Diverter Valve which directs the water, through 1/2" PEX to the afore meioned heads. The three tiles are in a triangular configuration, so that when your sitting on the bench you have two at your lower back and one at
We have 2 residences on one well. Lately the breaker gets trip when one of the houses takes a shower. This house don't have the metal box where the well does directly too. What can cause it to trip when the other house don't trip the breaker
Terry ~ Iam a newbie at this in many ways!
I am in the midst of remodeling a cottage and a contractor started my plumbing but when things got a "little" tough baled for another job... I knew I only had them for a short time.
Anyway, I need to tie in the kitchen drain to my main sewer line under the house. The main sanitary "T" sits up a little high making it tough to get the right pitch with the floor joists in the way. My main line is about 20"