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    High tech bath solutions

    In the new d/s bath, I have a space above two pedestal sinks that is 48 x 42 x 9" deep. It is open. Below there is unused crawl space that I could use for drawers to about 36" depth. Discussing...
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    Proper treatment of disconnected circuit

    We have a gas stove on 120v and, in the interests of preserving for a future owner, have left the 240v electrical range plug hooked up and functional behind the stove. Now, we're thinking we're...
  3. Unknown gerbil-like thing on the side of my service panel?

    Could someone please tell me what this hitchhiker is? It's on the outside of my 100a service panel.

    Rks

    R.14988
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    Trap arm - height adjustments

    Many, many thanks, Gary and Terry. What a grand site, full of goodwill, good advice and experience. I wouldn't dare to share my 'shots in the dark' about plumbing with you or the forum subscribers,...
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    Trap arm - height adjustments

    The following was brazenly stolen from another forum and relates to a trap arm that has to angle down over an obstruction, with proper slope before and after the transition.

    Question on another...
  6. 3" trap arm - height adjustment

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  7. 3" trap arm - horizontal drain height change

    Ever mindful of the need to avoid siphoning the p-trap under my new shower, I think the maximum developed trap arm for my upstream 3" toilet drain is 12'. If that is the case, I have a 3" height...
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    Anything to add while slab is open?

    Have exposed existing DWV line and will be extending 3" toilet pipe about 4' to new location. Will move shower drain about 3' to new location. Vent stays where it is. While the floor is broken out...
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    Just what I've seen on the web...,

    I read that in order to avoid bacteria growth in a HW tank, temp can be set at 120 degrees. Then, to avoid scalding at point of delivery, you can install a mixing valve on top of the heater. 150...
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    WTF is a 'hy-set" or "hy-ear" elbow?

    Picked up four drop ear elbows at the orange store, which btw is 30 miles from home. Got here and found that they are 'hy-ear 90 degree elbows'. So as not to needlessly bother folks, I spent the...
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