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    Since everyone has abandoned your thread I will...

    Since everyone has abandoned your thread I will give you my 2 cents:
    1. You can't lay a tee on its back as shown in view A.
    2. Your 3" clean out in views C&D is
    a: not needed
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    Since everyone has abandoned your thread I will...

    Since everyone has abandoned your thread I will give you my 2 cents:
    1. You can't lay a tee on its back as shown in view A.
    2. Your 3" clean out in views C&D is
    a: not needed or
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    You now need to adjust the air pressure in your...

    You now need to adjust the air pressure in your pressure tank to 2# below your cut in of pressure switch so 38#.
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    Don't know if rough in plumber knew about inset...

    Don't know if rough in plumber knew about inset medicine cabinet or not, but sure he would have brought vent to 6" above flood rim before going horizontal if he had!
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    From the photo it appears that "rough in" was for...

    From the photo it appears that "rough in" was for a left draining tub/shower unit. At the time of "rough in" groundwork, was the plumber aware of your desire for a shower only unit? Without that...
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    Yes and Yes.

    Yes and Yes.
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    You should consider using a double fixture...

    You should consider using a double fixture tee...not a cross. Less fittings needed and only have to penetrate sill plate once. You will be fine connecting to existing venting as long as you are...
  8. If it was mine, I would have used nail plates on...

    If it was mine, I would have used nail plates on ALL of those butchered studs. Hopefully that is not a load bearing wall.
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    Wiring Bathroom/GFCI Circuit

    I am a journeyman plumber by trade and we specialize in Complete bathroom remodels, including framing, flooring, tiling, sheetrocking, heating, and of course the plumbing. Generally we do NOT do...
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    Anode Rod Removal

    I have a seasonal cabin on untreated well water. We removed anode (to eliminate rotten egg smell) from previous heater and it lasted 18 seasons. Installed a new heater 2 years ago (also removing...
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    Customer supplied fixtures

    Does your vessel sink have an overflow built into the sink? Many do not and require a different type of drain which, had you done your homework, you could have supplied the plumber with the correct...
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    The copper you would have to use is called ACR....

    The copper you would have to use is called ACR. Doubtful it can be had from any big box store. Also would want to use refrigeration fittings and joints need to be silver soldiered.
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    Someone is trying to get something for nothing...

    Someone is trying to get something for nothing from the warranty company!
    I had a customer recently with the same "problem". Told him to turn up heater as liability will not allow us to do that....
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    Thanks for the responses. Please tell me more...

    Thanks for the responses. Please tell me more about the Cycle stop valves. Where would it be located? Where do I get one? I have no idea as to what size my submersible pump is nor how deep the well...
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    Pressure Tank in Attic

    I've got a seasonal cabin which is slab on grade. Every sqaure foot of floor space is valuable and was thinking of putting my pressure tank in the attic(Can probably keep 4 pairs of shoe's in that...
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    The grout should hold the drain in place. Another...

    The grout should hold the drain in place. Another idea is to screw drain out, appy silicone to threads, and screw back in to the height needed.
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    Did you pull out both cartridges? If memory...

    Did you pull out both cartridges? If memory serves me right they are 2 different styles. The 1225B goes in the bottom one. When you were trying to get water, where was it coming from? The upper...
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    Very likely that the wet wipes you refered to are...

    Very likely that the wet wipes you refered to are causing the problem. Regardless if the packaging says you can DO NOT FLUSH THEM! I've augered out many a toilet that I've brought back these...
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    Your tee has to be a baffle tee - This has a...

    Your tee has to be a baffle tee - This has a divider in it to direct the flow down so that it does not run horizontally to the other bowl. Also the 180 degree portion of your trap is backwards -...
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    What Size Pressure Tank?

    I posted this on the plumbing forum before I saw this forum. I have a seasonal cabin that has been in the family for 30 plus years. I have no idea what type of pump is in the submersible well, nor...
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    What Size Pressure Tank?

    I have a seasonal cabin that's been in the family 30 plus years. I have no idea what type of pump is in the submersible well, nor how deep, nor how old. The pressure tank in the cabin still works,...
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    As it appears from photo's you MAY be able to...

    As it appears from photo's you MAY be able to turn the 90 and miss the drawer rail. Or eliminate the drawer & just put the drawer "Face" on. However, given the fact that your glue fittings are hub to...
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    You may have a dip tube problem that is not...

    You may have a dip tube problem that is not allowing you to get enough hot water. Can be replaced, but given age of your heater, replacement of unit may be a better option. Is your bathtub a very...
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