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    What is a fresh air inlet? Is that a joke?

    What is a fresh air inlet? Is that a joke?
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    Drain into fresh air inlet..

    ..right above where it meets the main? My mother bought a house and I am extremely limited with what she and my step father will allow due to stubbornness and money and the only available pipe to...
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    Brazing: Is Flux Necessary?

    HI, I've been in plumbing for almost 3 years but because I keep jumping from site to site, I haven't had to do any brazing yet. The company I work for now, when they braze, they use no flux, and...
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    Yes I'm only assuming that's the problem because...

    Yes I'm only assuming that's the problem because the connections are all correct on the outside. right side for cold left side for hot. I've only been doing this 2 years and have very limited boiler...
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    Using HW Copper for CW

    My sister's building (she lives with her fiance whos father owns the 6 family building) has been plumbed properly but the connection is wrong in the boiler room. I haven't been there to see but every...
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    It's most likely a vent. I don't think a condo...

    It's most likely a vent. I don't think a condo complex would have plumbers stupid enough to run a drain pipe from the floor above directly into the sink drain of the kitchen below. They would be...
  7. I feel like I'm reading Trainspotting novel.

    I feel like I'm reading Trainspotting novel.
  8. As I was laying in bed last night I realized that...

    As I was laying in bed last night I realized that what I wrote was ridiculous. Underground floor cleanouts can be 90's.

    Anyway, you need to open that up.
  9. A cleanout is always, or SHOULD always be a 45,...

    A cleanout is always, or SHOULD always be a 45, but a drain can also lead into a 45 so you can't say it would only be a drain or cleanout. The only way to know is to break it up and take a look.
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    Heh putting it with teflon/dope before soldering....

    Heh putting it with teflon/dope before soldering. Just sitting here, remembering the barrage of insults hurled my way in Eastern European "English".
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    So what he did wouldn't have actually solved the...

    So what he did wouldn't have actually solved the problem he mentioned in the beginning of the video, which was the non balanced water supply?

    If the zone valves are stopping the circulation, I...
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    A 90 degree turn should be done using a wye and...

    A 90 degree turn should be done using a wye and 45 with a cap at the end for a cleanout and since you're in the basement, put it right there in the floor.

    Copper vent? Is it even big enough to...
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    I still don't see how the 'loop' would balance...

    I still don't see how the 'loop' would balance out the pipes if there's still 1 smaller pipe. He says the water will flow through the path with the least resistance so the smaller line would still be...
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    I have to ask..what did you use the caulking tool...

    I have to ask..what did you use the caulking tool for? Second photo



    -You can disable it but it will take some elbow grease and a pry bar.

    Anyway, you're going to have to fix all that...
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    I don't see why they wouldn't just dig a hole or...

    I don't see why they wouldn't just dig a hole or find an empty space instead of crapping in their drinking water.

    Is that even what they're doing? Do they have no toilets, or are they directing...
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    Zone Valve Question

    http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/video/0,,20045338,00.html

    I've been in plumbing for a year and a half, doing new construction in large apartment buildings here in NYC but don't have much...
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