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    I'm not sure...don't live with her just going on...

    I'm not sure...don't live with her just going on what she noticed and conveyed...my interpretation was that main pump slowed down and eventually went out, backup was then continually kicking on...
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    New sump pumps

    My widower mom is in need of two new sump pumps. She has a main and a battery back-up that have both burnt out due to running continuoulsy. She insists on the back-up as the house has been prone to...
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    Thanks for the quick response Terry...I thought I...

    Thanks for the quick response Terry...I thought I may have been premature...but after install was looking for a big show...lots of noise(whooshing for lack of better term) and splashing. I will see...
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    Drake flush question

    Installed my new Drake yesterday with no problems. Thanks for the great site and recomendation by the way! This is our first Toto and I'm not sure what to expect of the flush. I have not put it to...
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    In looking at some plumbing supply catalogs...

    In looking at some plumbing supply catalogs online it looks like the setup we have is attached below. As I mentioned earlier the new tile floor will be about 1/2" above the flange. If it is...
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    I looked at this assembly a little closer last...

    I looked at this assembly a little closer last night....all components are PVC....Is it possible to have an "all in one flange"? That is to say The flange the riser and the bend/elbow are all one...
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    New closet flange?

    Great source of invaluable information....

    I am about to lay porcelain tile in a bathroom where vinyl had been previously. The PVC flange now "floats" just above the 1/2" plywood underlayment. I...
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