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    Fixed! I took some pictures to HD and the "OH SO...

    Fixed! I took some pictures to HD and the "OH SO SMART" person in plumbing had no idea. I even took pictures with me. Luckily there was a plumbing savvy customer there that was listening in. He took...
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    I am not affraid to cut it out... but how. I have...

    I am not affraid to cut it out... but how. I have a jig saw and sawzall. I suppose I could find a hole saw at the store. But then I would guess I need to return the 2" drain kit and get a 3" drain...
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    Shower Stall Drain not threaded???

    So my shower stall has a drain that needs replacing. Went to store bought 2" drain kit. I am not a plumber so my naming may be wrong.
    The new one has a strainer, then an outside "cup" that is tread...
  4. LaNor, based on a week of research I to decided...

    LaNor,
    based on a week of research I to decided to put in a Cadet 3. The first reason was the Toto Drake was not readily avialable in NW Suburban Chicago. The second reason was price. the MAP report...
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    Never thought about volume. I will buy a pressure...

    Never thought about volume. I will buy a pressure guage and test. From what I have read anything abouve 60PSI is good. (True?) Another note I have no idea what a PRV is. If I just happen to have a...
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    More Pressure please

    My house was built it 1980. I get decent water pressure with one shower or bath running. Turn a faucet on and the pressure is just bareable. Turn on a second Faucet and for get it they all run too...
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