Originally Posted by songstj
A 3rd floor condo with 6 units above and 2 below. There have been 5 kitchen sink backups in the past 44 months. 3 out and over the top with gray water. No one is home and the dishwasher is not on. The Lead Plumbing Inspector after looking at a video of the inside said the 3" vertical drain pipe bends slightly on it's way to the 2nd floor and and the cast iron is pitted. Building built in 1989 and converted to condos in 2005.
My kitchen Franke gooseneck faucet is only allowing a thin stream of water to flow. I unscrewed the head and the stream of water was still the same... very constricted. The the coil was removed from under the counter and I can see no way of flushing water through that. Now I have no use of my kitchen faucet. Is my faucet shot or can it be fixed?
I dont deal with victaulic fittings and systems ever, but i tried to take on the task of repairing a leak on a 4" victaulic coupling for a water chiller, if kinda of lost and dont know where to start, from shutting of the water to powering down the pump system, my uncle said usual you could find the water shut off near the sprinkler room, is that true ? also how do those systems work do i have bleed all the air out and if so where. I have pictures if that would help out and video.
We are doing a reroute through our ceiling (no attic) to replace 3/4 copper hot and cold water pipes due to a slab leak on our 6 year old custom home (sigh!). What kind of pipe is best suited -- copper or polyethylene?
Many thanks for your thoughts.
Originally Posted by detroit
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