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  1. Any new developments on CPI/Nibco probem??

    Quote Originally Posted by rroyall View Post
    Same thing. House built in 2005. Pipe has split 4 times this year. Insurance paid for clean up not replacing pipe. Builder is bankrupt. Plumber is out of business. Called Nibco and they will not take ownership for CPI pipe. Any lawsuits yet against Nibco??
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  2. have auxiliary heat only

    I have a new Amana central air conditioner. Not sure of the lingo but its a two part deal with the compressor outside and the air handler in the garage. the air handler has a multi speed blower with circulate only type of functions, etc. Its supposed to be pretty advanced. 18.3 SEER. 4 ton unit. the compressor is asxc18.... and the air handler is mbv something or other. My problem is when the system is set on Heat, the blower comes on at a low speed like its set to do, I think its 600 cfm....but ...
  3. Broach and length guide template

    Can anyone assist me on where I can purchase a broach and length guide template to verify faucet valve stem makes on the job. I know you can take them to Lowes or the home depot etc. to match up. It would be great to have this template with me on service calls to streamline the call. I have called my suppliers, used the search engines with every way of phrasing I can think of. I have been a plumber now over 24 years in the commercial construction arena with only approx 3 years in the service area. ...
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  4. American Standard COLONY™ FitRight™ ROUND FRONT 10" ROUGH-IN TOILET

    Quote Originally Posted by roslyn View Post
    We need the shortest possible toilet and this one is 24 1/2 inches.(http://www.************.com/mediabas..._SPECSHEET.pdf).
    Is it any good? I can't find any reviews online. Thanks much!
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  5. Bathroom Remodel/Drop In Tub Installation

    Quote Originally Posted by tex72 View Post
    Hi All, I am new and have found a lot of your posts helpful. I am at the tailend of a bathroom remodel. I purchased a drop in bathtub (acrylic) and the GC installed the tub, and assured me this is proper installation. It is sitting on about 5" of cement. When I stand in it, it crunches and crunches. Something tells me that is not good. Previously I had a jacuzzi tub that was in this tub's place, and it had the apron front. It was cemented to the floor as well, but only about 1-2" and never
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