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    Time goes fast!

    It's been over two years since I started this thread. I installed the Toto Drake about a year ago and we love it! Thanks again!
    Mike:D
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    No hot water from mixing valve

    Hello. I bought a 'shower tower' over a year ago and finally hooked it up after gutting the bathroom and put it back together. The cold works great and the flow slows to a stop as I adjust all the...
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    bumpity - bump:)

    bumpity - bump:)
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    Hj

    I'm sorry. I guess I'm not understanding. The house is a cape cod and my main stack/vent is in about 6' from the back wall of the house. Non of the traps on the 1st floor are "vented"...
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    Fingers crossed

    Thanks. I guess the other professionals are agreeing with you. We have a cesspool and went our first 6 yrs. here without having it pumped. It was less than half full so that seems to be still...
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    This one may require an asprin

    House built in 1940 with full bathroom on 1st floor. By your descriptions this is a wet vent system. It appears many years ago the 2nd floor bathroom (toilet, sink and closet where the tub would...
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    Thank you

    We just went to check out the Toto Drake. That is now on our list!
    Thanks guys!
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    waste flow with old toilet vs new toilet

    My house was built in 1940. I'm remodeling a second floor bathroom. The old toilet has a large tank. In the 8 yrs we've been here I've never had to use a plunger. There is an area in the basement...
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    Thanks HJ. So now I guess this becomes a volume...

    Thanks HJ. So now I guess this becomes a volume question.
    With the shower fixture needing 3/4" for volume of water, do I need to run it before reductions to 1/2"?

    If I change it to 3/4"...
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    Water pressure and supply line question

    Hello! I'm adding a shower and the fixture recommends 3/4" supply lines. The city line comes in at 3/4" and then it is reduced before the water heater. If I change it to 3/4" all the way up to the...
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    Water pressure & supply line question

    Hello! I'm adding a shower and the fixture recommends 3/4" supply lines. The city line comes in at 3/4" and then it is reduced before the water heater. If I change it to 3/4" all the way up to the...
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    Water supply for new shower upstairs

    Hello! I'm adding a shower and the fixture recommends 3/4" supply lines. The city line comes in at 3/4" and then it is reduced before the water heater. If I change it to 3/4" all the way up to the...
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