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    clogged intake or loss of prime

    I am having a problem with my irrigation system not working. The pump seems to run ok but none of the zones are working. The water for the system is taken from a lake and is fed via a 2 inch PVC...
  2. can vanity sink offset use 90degree bend out of wall?

    I am installing a double sink vanity in my master bath. The new sink drains no longer line up with the waste pipe in the wall. Can I use a 990 degree bend coming out of the wall to route the drain...
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    Thanks again for the quick responses.. The...

    Thanks again for the quick responses..
    The flange itself is PVC. I have seen an 'extended closet flange' when I searched online that is about 6 inches long and 3x4 size which would fit my waste...
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    Thank you for the response. I do not have access...

    Thank you for the response. I do not have access below the floor without removing part of the tiled floor or ripping out a ceiling from the first floor. I have already replaced flanges in 2 of my...
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    tilted closet flange problem..

    Hello,
    While replacing the third (and final) toilet in my house (2 Toto Drakes and 1 Soiree) I found that the closet flange was not screwed to the floor and was tilted about 1/2 in. The back of...
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    Thak you for the responses. My house is around...

    Thak you for the responses. My house is around 2000 sq feet (1,934 to be exact) under air. The A/C is a 13 seer unit. Is this the 'size' information? (I don't know too much about HVAC as you can...
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    Wet ceiling arond AC ' ducts

    Hello,
    I live in south Florida and run my AC pretty much year round and have a question about the ceiling AC ducts. All my ceilings around the ducts are wet to the point the paint has bubbled a...
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    Thanks for help.

    I just wanted to thank all who responded to my questions. This past weekend I attached the waste pipe to the joists and strapped it down as well. The pipe now has the correct slope and is no longer...
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    First off thanks for moving this thread. To...

    First off thanks for moving this thread. To determine the 1/4 inch per foot slope, is it valid to set up a 2 foot board (assuming I find a straight one) with a 1/2 inch spacer on one end and then put...
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    am I on the correct forum ?

    I just realized I may have put this thread on the wrong forum, toilets instead of the general plumbing forum.:confused:.

    Is there a way for a moderator to move it? Or is it ok here?
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    I was able to cut a hole in the sub floor around...

    I was able to cut a hole in the sub floor around the waste pipe this morning. The pipe is strapped (metal strap) to a 2X4 that is not attached to the joist. It is long enough that apparently it was...
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    Looks like I'll cutting some more subfloor out...

    Looks like I'll cutting some more subfloor out this weekend.
    I'll remove the existing flange and add a stub while I am at it. Thanks for the help.
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    I won't be able to tell how or if it is supported...

    I won't be able to tell how or if it is supported without cutting out a piece of subfloor. I was hoping to avoid this since there is no damage around the floor where the toilet was. The toilet has...
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    loose waste pipe/replacing flange questions.

    This is a great forum that helped me to redo my half bath about a year ago. Now I am on to my next project and have new questions.
    I am retiling a master bathroom floor and when I removed the...
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    advice on which TOTO, soiree or nexus?

    Last year I remodeled a half bath and installed an ADA Drake.
    We have been very happy with the toilet and plan to use either a Nexus or a Soiree in our Master Bath *currently under remodel). I have...
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    bathtub removal - should I remove the drain pipes or cap them?

    I have removed a bathtub as part of my master bath remodel. This leaves me with the overflow and main drain pipes along with water pipes that I need to deal with before I can patch the subfloor and...
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    Thank you geniescience,jadnashua and peanut9199,...

    Thank you geniescience,jadnashua and peanut9199,
    I checked the specs on the shower head and hand held and both a 2.5 gpm. I also never noticed any wall noise from the pipes (but as I have aged I...
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    Thank you peanut9199 for responding, AS you can...

    Thank you peanut9199 for responding,
    AS you can tell I am a little lost on plumbing requirements.
    I plan on running an overhead shower (7 or 8 inch) and a handheld in the shower. Separate volume...
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    Confused about 1/2 or 3/4 inch valves

    I am going to purchase Grohe valves (1 thermostatic and 2 flow) for my master bath shower remodel. We were looking at 'aquabrass' as I posted in another question, but my wife saw the Grohe 'Allure'...
  20. Opinions on AquaBrass for Master Bath Shower

    Hello,
    I have been lurking for awhile and have just started a Master Bath remodel. (It was a projrct but is fast becoming a 'hobby' :D) So far I have removed the shower and pan, 3/4 of the floor...
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    Thank you hj, Since the problem is only about an...

    Thank you hj,
    Since the problem is only about an inch clearance issue, is it ok to install the new p-trap closer to the sink drain (2-3 inches higher than the original) and have a slightly steeper...
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    p-trap or modified s-trap question

    I am attempting my first bathroom renovation (its a 1/2 bath) and am in a bit of a bind with installing the new vanity and sink. The new vanity is a raised model with a shelf that is 14 inches from...
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