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    Ok this is turning into a mission. If I use a...

    Ok this is turning into a mission. If I use a sump pump like a Zoeller, how can I hook it up to the tank if it sucks from the underside of the unit? Waiting a couple of hours for the tank to drain...
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    See the post below

    See the post below
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    Ballvalve, You have a way with words. Reading...

    Ballvalve,

    You have a way with words. Reading what you write is like an informational roller coaster. LOL.

    Ok so let me get this straight.

    I buy the Zoeller. I can do this.
    Replace the...
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    I found this guy. He's made in America. I'm...

    I found this guy. He's made in America. I'm going to buy this one. Anyone object to the quality of this unit?
    ...
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    Dana, Thanks for the link. Now that I know...

    Dana,

    Thanks for the link. Now that I know the name of the pump I can do some research and find one. That one doesn't look to bad.

    Are these kinds of pumps affected by hot water coming out of...
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    Water Heater In-Line Pump

    Hello All,

    Do you guys know of a pump that can be hooked up to the drain of a hot water tank to pump the water out of a basement with no floor drain?

    Thanks

    Tom
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    Because when I first arrived up there based on...

    Because when I first arrived up there based on what you guys are telling me I need to re-generate the tank. While I'm waiting for the one tank to regenerate we can just deal with a little bit of...
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    Thanks for the replies. No freezing is not a...

    Thanks for the replies.

    No freezing is not a concern. What size are the tank? Not sure on that one. They are about chest high and like 10" in diameter. The hardness without the softener is 20...
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    Water Softner - Unused for Winter

    Hello,

    I have a twin tank style softener with mechanical head. If the unit sits unused for 3-4 maybe as much as 5 months, is there anything I need to worry about when I start to use it again?
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    Dana, I looked into that tank and man does it...

    Dana,

    I looked into that tank and man does it get bad reviews. Now I know there are always going to be bad reviews for things but the consistency was scary. There is no way I'd take a chance on...
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    I'm starting to question how many of you guys are...

    I'm starting to question how many of you guys are really plumbers.... Diplomats maybe....

    Great read btw. I'm an isolated American that doesn't know anything about the rest of the world. ...
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    One more thing guys, have you ever heard of some...

    One more thing guys, have you ever heard of some kind of a pump that I could hook up directly to a hot water tank that would allow me to pump the water right out of the tank? There are no drains in...
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    You guys are awesome. Little more on the...

    You guys are awesome.

    Little more on the cabin. It's 1455 sqft with two full baths. One has a two person sized standing shower but only one head and the other has a tub. It has a washer and...
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    I'll have to wait to get the bills for the...

    I'll have to wait to get the bills for the electric and gas. Honestly I'm real bad at record keeping. I will supply that info when I have it.

    How soft is the water? Not 100% sure but I have the...
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    After reading the feed back on my "cold water...

    After reading the feed back on my "cold water heater" and discussing with friends I think I'm going to stick with electric. The only issue that I'd like to understand is the issue with anode. How...
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    All Over the Map Hot Water Heater Questions

    Hey guys,

    Well I'm in the planning phase of a new hot water heater for an up north cabin. Right now there is a 5 year old electric water heater in there and I'm planning on switching it over to...
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    Is there a reason I'm not getting any feedback on...

    Is there a reason I'm not getting any feedback on my question? Is it not clear?

    Thanks

    Tom
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    Replacing Plumbing System on Well

    Hello All,

    It's been a while since I've been on here. I'm hoping I can get some assistance with a project. I bought a vacation home up north and I'm going to convert the hot water tank over to...
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    Thanks guys. I really appreciate the info. The...

    Thanks guys. I really appreciate the info. The dryer states on it that it's 22,500 BTU. So a 10' run of 1/2" OD - 3/8" ID should do the trick. Anyone care to guess what I'll be doing this...
  20. Kholer Medicine Cabinet - Flush Mount - Hinges

    Just thought I'd throw this out to the group. If you have the Kohler Medicine Cabinet. The real fancy ones that are all mirror, inside and out, they carry a lifetime warranty. The hinges in the...
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    Hey Jimbo, Any idea what 3/8" ID supports? ...

    Hey Jimbo,

    Any idea what 3/8" ID supports? It's a 10' run.

    Thanks

    Tom
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    Proper Size Gas Pipe to Dryer?

    Hello All,

    It's been a while since I've been on here. I hope that most everyone is still on here. Feels like it's been a year or so since I've been on here. In that time I've gotten married,...
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    Use Kills primer in just that area and then...

    Use Kills primer in just that area and then repaint. It has to be a stain blocking primer.

    Tom
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    I have never had a drywaller want to skim over...

    I have never had a drywaller want to skim over textured surface. Is it possible? Yes. But I can see the difficulty with putting on a nice smooth coat.

    Tom
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    Re-read Jim's post. Tom

    Re-read Jim's post.

    Tom
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