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    Bringing an old thread back to the top... My...

    Bringing an old thread back to the top...

    My mother had a flood this summer. The hose on the toilet apparently burst. I believe it was the plastic part that connect to the valve at the toilet...
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    Thanks for the insight. I'm 27, and around here...

    Thanks for the insight. I'm 27, and around here new houses are going up like lego. Mattemy had a house factory up the street from me that built fully detached 2000 sq ft + houses on an assembly...
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    I figured I would be installing a new system...

    I figured I would be installing a new system under the current slab. My concern is attaching it to the old system, how to do it and why the current stack is burried in a concrete wall.
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    Basement bathroom rough in old house

    I am trying to help my friend look into roughing in a bathroom in an old house that she just bought. Not sure if it's worth it. I am fairly knowledgeable but the fact that the house is old scares...
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    To tell you the truth, I don't really like the...

    To tell you the truth, I don't really like the idea either, but the wife would not stand for it so I don't mind spending the extra bit of money.

    I will open the walls and see if I can reroute it....
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    Drain and vent re-route

    I am looking to do this properly. I don't have any pictures so I will try to explain it the best way I can.

    I removed an old vanity in the powder room. The old drain line goes into the side...
  7. Yes cacher chick, it is a double pole 15A with a...

    Yes cacher chick, it is a double pole 15A with a handle tie. I did pull the breaker and tried to reset it while it was out of the panel. The one pole was still floppy. It would go back to the on...
  8. It's a Cuttler-Hammer pannel if that helps at all.

    It's a Cuttler-Hammer pannel if that helps at all.
  9. Possible "broken breaker" miswiring kitchen splits

    Ok, so I know what I did I just need to know a possible solution. Please keep the scorning to a minimum.

    I did a backsplash in my kitchen. Naturally I removed the plugs and tiled around them. ...
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    One more quick question. I saw them cover this...

    One more quick question. I saw them cover this on Holmes Inspection show.

    A rain shower from the ceiling. The two options are to build a bulkhead 6 or 8 inches, or whatever and run the plumbing...
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    geniescience is correct that I have not actually...

    geniescience is correct that I have not actually lifted the drain on my existing shower to see weather it was 1.5 inch or 2 inch. What I do know is that at my last home, the drains coming from the...
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    In my old place, it was a bathtub I ripped out...

    In my old place, it was a bathtub I ripped out and turned into a stand up shower. Would a tub have been 1.5" but a stand alone shower different? That would be an oops now, but the house is sold. ...
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    I am trying to remember what the drain was in my...

    I am trying to remember what the drain was in my old house, built in 1995 or so, when I changed the tub to a stand up shower. I believe it was only 1.5 inch. Actually thinking carefully about it, I...
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    Single person shower to double person shower

    I need to rip out my shower and re tile it. I was thinking of making it bigger and adding a second shower head and separate control.

    I was just planning to extend the pipes and T out to the new...
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    So if I do it Krow's way then when I re-run the...

    So if I do it Krow's way then when I re-run the vent for the existing sink I should run it up over 42" before 90'ing to hit the main vent? Or can I tee it back into the vertical pipe (the one you...
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    Sorry, yeah, they are 1.5" abs pipes. Shacko,...

    Sorry, yeah, they are 1.5" abs pipes.

    Shacko, in my picture in the current set up the builder brought the banthroom vanity drain horizontal then when it hit the vent it went up and then 90'ed to...
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    Thank you very much. That makes sense to me. I...

    Thank you very much. That makes sense to me. I assume since you didn't mention anything that the 2.5" abs is sufficient for venting the extra water load (not that everything will be draining at the...
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    New bar sink tap into existing plumbing.

    Im new here. I stumbled onto this site when I was looking for solutions to my new project. I want to make sure I do it right. Unfortunately I don't have anywhere to upload images to the web. I...
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