Hi,I hope someone can help me with this unusual problem. I had a water softener that that was not working and it was only 3 years old. We (my husband and I) decided to replace it and when our friend who is a plumber took out the discharge drain hose, he found it was shoved down the drain so far it was backwashing sewer water. The smell was horrible, My fear is my 2 kids age 18 and 19 have not been feeling well and have had unexplained weight loss. Could the sewer water have backed all the way up
Originally Posted by Becka
Curently have a 18-20 year old furnace . Replace heatpump with new Carrier 3-1/2 ton (bigger than what was there), 15 Seer last year. I "thank God" got the maintenance contract on both the furnance and Heatpump. The service people have been to my house 7 plus times for NO HEAT calls since Christmas Day! Everything from door swtich, control panel, ignitor, etc. etc.
I have Propane GAS backup (when temperature drops below 40 degreees).
My house is a little
I replaced my pump last year and now have to replace my pressure tank.My pump has a pressure switch on it do I need to install a pressure on my tank or will the closed system shot my pump off?
Are well pumps sold with warranties? Mine has been in use less than 3 years, seems like an awfully short lifetime for something so expensive.
Originally Posted by korkiley
My Moen shower faucet was leaking and I followed the instructions here and easily repaired it. At first, I was confused by the black plastic removal tool that came with my genuine replacement cylinder. Since the instructions didn't describe the part, I thought it was part of the cylinder and, until I realized it's purpose and used it to turn the old cylinder a bit (I guess it just loosens things up a bit because there are no threaded parts.) I was unable to remove the old cylinder. But once I