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    Thanks for the responses everyone. I think your...

    Thanks for the responses everyone. I think your advice will work great. I will probably get the refridgerator cart. The water heaters I usually install are "State" they do not have bags. I will...
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    I always assume that if it has been blocked in (I...

    I always assume that if it has been blocked in (I see them framed in alot) that you should just remove the obstacle due to the fact that you will need to install a new one anyway. Unless they are...
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    Yes, it is obviously a lead joint. If you can...

    Yes, it is obviously a lead joint. If you can wiggle the joint enough you may be able to pull out the pipe. You can then take a drill with a common wood bit to drill into the lead. The lead will be...
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    I am in the plumbing business. I have recently...

    I am in the plumbing business. I have recently started my own company and would like to lean more toward service work. The company I previously worked for would do 99% new installation. If we had a...
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    Model 2006 Faucet & Sink Installer...

    Model 2006 Faucet & Sink Installer
    http://www.ridgid.com/Tools/Faucet-Sink-Installer/

    I use this with a pair of channel locks. It is a very good tool that has many other uses as well. I know that...
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    Water heater Removal, Up basement stairs

    Hey Everyone,

    I am trying to find out the best way to remove a water heater from a basement. I would like recommendations on what type of hand truck (dolly) would work the best. I would probably...
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