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    I agree with you jadnashua. I've only posted a...

    I agree with you jadnashua. I've only posted a few threads on Terry's forum, but each time I received excellent solutions. Most times I have my questions answered just by reading other's threads.
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    I'm going to post over on John Bridge also. ...

    I'm going to post over on John Bridge also. Thanks for your help guys.
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    WOW!!! I really didn't think the problem I had...

    WOW!!! I really didn't think the problem I had was so potentially bad. I thought I'd have an easy permanent fix. I'm almost afraid to pull those loose tiles off, because of what may be revealed. ...
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    I bought the home 2 years ago, and the home is...

    I bought the home 2 years ago, and the home is about 50 years old, and we didn't remodel the bathroom. To describe the tile: The same tile (4" x 4") are on all the bathroom walls and inside the...
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    Shower - leaking water through wall tile?

    I was down in my basement the other day. I noticed water leaking onto the basement floor, coming from the area where our shower is located. So, I went upstairs to see if I could find a place where...
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    New Water Heater - Lower Water Pressure.

    We just had our gas water heater replaced. The water pressure with the old one was strong, but with the new one it seems it has alot less pressure. What would cause this, and how can I fix it?
  7. Yeah, I probably should just do it right the...

    Yeah, I probably should just do it right the first time. I'm not much of a plumber, but I think I can knock some concrete around and then have someone qualified come in and do the pipe work.
  8. There is nothing else going into that pipe other...

    There is nothing else going into that pipe other than the sink, upstairs sink, and shower. I have thought about water going back into the unused portion. I don't really have an answer for that. ...
  9. The raised floor is concrete. I have no idea how...

    The raised floor is concrete. I have no idea how thick it is, since it was built in the 50's. The basement bathroom has a toilet---connected under the raised concrete to the main drain, and the...
  10. Basement's raised bathroom pipes leaking under the raised concrete.

    I noticed a leak under my raised bathroom in the basement. I believe I'm going to have to take a sledge hammer to the concrete raised floor. Is there any way that I could run a new drain without...
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    Raised basement bathroom leaking.

    I noticed a leak under my raised bathroom in the basement. I believe I'm going to have to take a sledge hammer to the concrete raised floor. Any ideas on that? What would something like this cost? ...
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    Thanks for the help.

    That was quick, Mike, and appreciated. If I do B, which is seal the leak where the wall meets the floor, which is about 5 feet from the actual basement outside wall, I would prevent the water from...
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    Water coming out of shower drain.

    We bought a home (built in the 50s) last year. There is a bathroom downstairs that is built up from the floor. The shower in it has never been used since we moved in and we had boxes of moving...
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