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  1. Your plumber is correct about the same faucet at...

    Your plumber is correct about the same faucet at Home Depot being made cheaper. Also, I would suggest keeping the faucet from the supply house. We have seen too many customers buy online but then...
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    You can replace the pipe with a trenchless pipe...

    You can replace the pipe with a trenchless pipe bursting. Then you would just need one hole in the slab inside and a hole outside. Then they pull a new pipe through and make the connections at each...
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    I would think if it's 60 ' and you are doing it...

    I would think if it's 60 ' and you are doing it yourself, there shouldn't be more than 400.00 of material. The fitting looks like a poly that was used here (Northern CA) in the 1980s called Quest....
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    Is your house on a concrete slab?

    Is your house on a concrete slab?
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    Just curious. I've not heard of the 10:30...

    Just curious. I've not heard of the 10:30 position before?
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    1) It depends on your provider. Here our...

    1) It depends on your provider. Here our provider, PG&E, puts the 3/4" plug after the meter so that they can hook up a temporary gas tank to your house if they need to shut down the main incoming...
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    We've plumbed hundreds of below grade facilities...

    We've plumbed hundreds of below grade facilities and we've always used a sewage ejection pump with no problems.
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    1) You can continue the 4" all the way to the...

    1) You can continue the 4" all the way to the laundry if you wish. That may allow you to have a 4" end of the line clean out. You should have a clean out under the sink also. If the whirlpool vent is...
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    A snake can break a drain line but I doubt that's...

    A snake can break a drain line but I doubt that's what happened here. If the line had dirt in it before he started snaking it, the pipe was allready broken which would have caused the back up. ...
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    You have the right idea. We can not use AAV's...

    You have the right idea. We can not use AAV's here so you would have to run the vent through the roof or tie into another vent, but, if AAV are acceptable in you area, you're good to go. Of course,...
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    A wall hung urinal will take a 2" drain. If the...

    A wall hung urinal will take a 2" drain. If the existing toilet vent is directly behind the urinal you can cut in a 2" tapped san tee. After the wall is closed up, you install the urinal flange with...
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    You can cap off the dishwasher drain and run the...

    You can cap off the dishwasher drain and run the vent for the sink around the king stud & trimmer to the right in the cabinet, below the counter top. Then back into the stud bay and straight through...
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    1) You can cut the existing trap off with a...

    1) You can cut the existing trap off with a reciprocating saw and then transition to plastic with a shielded no hub coupling. 2) The waste & overflow can be offset if need be. Sometimes we offset...
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    You'll want to be able to do periodic visual...

    You'll want to be able to do periodic visual inspections. I never install deck faucets with flex lines. Hooking it up with rigid pipe also helps keep the faucet more secure.
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    I would remove the steel from out of the cast...

    I would remove the steel from out of the cast iron and pack a new pipe into the hub with lead wool. You may be able to find a no hub coupling that fits over the lead and steel. Maybe a coupling for...
  16. If you can not run the pipe with 1/4"/ft slope...

    If you can not run the pipe with 1/4"/ft slope then you need a pump. Can you run the pipe outside and put the pipe in a trench to run it to the sewer line?
  17. You can put a bend on the existing PVC (45, st....

    You can put a bend on the existing PVC (45, st. 45, or 60) and then swing the trap back to the center you need.
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    I would get the Thermasol. Also, get one with...

    I would get the Thermasol. Also, get one with auto-flush system.
  19. Thread: tankless water

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    If you're talking about running the hot from the...

    If you're talking about running the hot from the tankless through the small electric heater, you will get some hot water at first but you'll get a cold water sandwich as the electric heater is...
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    You just need to vent each fixture. You don't...

    You just need to vent each fixture. You don't have to have a stack vent. There's never a stack vent in any of the custom homes we do.
  21. Also, If the meter or main shut off valve is only...

    Also, If the meter or main shut off valve is only partly opened you will get the initial pressure surge and then it will taper off.
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    If you have water flowing out of the "hot" pipe...

    If you have water flowing out of the "hot" pipe with the cold valve closed and all other faucets closed, your hot and cold pipes may be reversed at the water heater.
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    Need a picture of it.

    Need a picture of it.
  24. The shower should be at the top of the rubber....

    The shower should be at the top of the rubber. The toilet should be at the top of the flange so the wax will sit on it.
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    You should have either plastic or rubber washers...

    You should have either plastic or rubber washers that go inside the slip joint nuts.
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