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    Now we just need a mathematical equation to show...

    Now we just need a mathematical equation to show that my bathroom fan is going to kill our children. Lol
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    Glad to see that the thread got hijacked.... oh...

    Glad to see that the thread got hijacked.... oh well. Well my original thought was to have a switch in addition to the dehumidistat so I could simply flip the switch when going to the bathroom...
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    First off, I dont think $25 more for the...

    First off, I dont think $25 more for the dehumidistat is really all that expensive and if you think it is, maybe you shouldn't even be doing a renovation in the first place.

    Its simply not true...
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    I received the dehumidistat in the mail today. ...

    I received the dehumidistat in the mail today. It seems to be pretty straightforward with just two black wires in the back to connect inline. I think this should work with that first diagram. I'll...
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    Well I have read in multiple places online of...

    Well I have read in multiple places online of people using this with another switch so that they can have manual and automatic operation. I'm just trying to figure out the best way to wire it that...
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    Parallel wiring for dehumidistat in bathroom

    Just want to make sure this is the correct schematic for what I am doing.

    I am installing a dehumidistat in the bathroom for the exhaust fan along with a switch. I want either/or to be able to...
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    I understand that yes. What do you do though if...

    I understand that yes. What do you do though if the cast iron pipe is more than an inch below the finished floor level? Are those blue cast iron compression flanges adjustable?

    I also saw at...
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    So do those flanges fasten to the outside of the...

    So do those flanges fasten to the outside of the pipe then? I'm not quite getting how they work. Also, for the 2" deep size, how much pipe does there need to be to grab onto?
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    So do those flanges fasten to the outside of the...

    So do those flanges fasten to the outside of the pipe then? I'm not quite getting how they work. Also, for the 2" deep size, how much pipe does there need to be to grab onto?
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    Also, PVC or abs

    Also, PVC or abs
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    Which Cast Iron Flange Replacement is best

    Today I successfully removed the old cast iron toilet flange and am left with a 4" cast iron pipe. The top of the pipe will be about 1.25" below the level of the finished floor. I am looking at a...
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    This is what it says in the directions: The...

    This is what it says in the directions:

    The K-669 and K-679 thermostatic mixing valves do not contain an integral volume control/shut-off valve. You must install a separate volume control/shut-off...
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    What I have is a Kohler Thermostatic valve, with...

    What I have is a Kohler Thermostatic valve, with no volume control built in. IT is meant to only control the temperature.
    http://www.us.kohler.com/onlinecatalog/pdf/1041158_1.pdf
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    I am not using a traditional setup however with a...

    I am not using a traditional setup however with a diverter. The tub spout is basically plumbed like another showerhead, it has its own volume control (on/off). I suppose I could always use 1/2"...
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    Pex with thermostatic valve/volume valves

    I have heard that I should not use pex between a shower valve and tub spout because of resistance. I will be using a 3/4" thermostatic valve with separate volume controls for the tub and multiple...
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    Pex SSC fittings for Hydropex tubing

    I have run 3/4" Hydropex tubing that I got from pexsupply.com from my basement to the 2nd story bathroom sucessfully in one run. Now is the time to install fittings and my question is to what are...
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    Just ordered the 917 PVC kit from Eagle Mountain...

    Just ordered the 917 PVC kit from Eagle Mountain Products.

    Thanks for all the help guys!
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    Did you ever find a place to buy the direct drain...

    Did you ever find a place to buy the direct drain setup from Watco?
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    Alright great. I think I can use one of the...

    Alright great. I think I can use one of the direct drain kits and use two 45's to go directly into the p-trap. That should work. However, where do I get these watco parts?
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    But there is a joist directly below the drain. I...

    But there is a joist directly below the drain. I only need to go 2" toward the back of the tub for open space.
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    Unique Tub drainage configuration

    We are remodeling our bath and putting in a new tub while moving it 6" or so. The issue I am running across is that directly below the overflow is the large horizontal cast iron pipe and directly...
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    Broan DH100W Dehumidistat contol

    I have a quick question about this control for a bathroom exahust fan. Am I able to simply use this as both an on/off switch and a dehumidistat controller or do I need to have a separate on/off...
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    I found a great deal on a new never installed...

    I found a great deal on a new never installed bradford M-I-75S6BN for $200. Can't beat that.
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    I have a Wells Mclain cga-5 furnace...

    I have a Wells Mclain cga-5 furnace with a btu input of 140k and output of 117k. Our house is operating on a single zone currently.

    It looks like any indirect system would cost me about 1k to 1.2k...
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    I think I could probably get by with the...

    I think I could probably get by with the nr98...... or maybe not now that I'm looking at the temp rise. NR111 minimum
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