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    More pics. Powdering material was actually foam....

    More pics. Powdering material was actually foam. It became brittle for some reason. Most of the silvery insulation material inside was "crispy" and tore easily; behind it was dried out, mouldy...
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    Mold - Probably Old News

    My wife was complaining about severe headaches for the last few weeks. She was told it was allergies and instructed to take antibiotics but it didn't seem to help. She got another opinion and was...
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    I put the tattle on the outside faucet closest to...

    I put the tattle on the outside faucet closest to the water heater. After three days, it shows 56 psi. I have another gauge that I moved around to the other two faucets and they read on average 42...
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    You are right about the plumbing of the expansion...

    You are right about the plumbing of the expansion tank -- it is on the cold water input side. The T&P valve drain tube that runs into the ground is clamped with pex, the expansion tank has copper +...
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    Wait -- which one is "for the expansion of heated...

    Wait -- which one is "for the expansion of heated water" and which is connected "on the incoming cold side?"
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    I did not yet get a gauge with the peak needle...

    I did not yet get a gauge with the peak needle but I have a gauge that I connected for the last two days. In the mornings, the pressure is reading 29 psi. When I come home from work, it's reading...
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    Leaking T&P Valve

    I've got a 50 gallon low-boy that has been leaking for about 3 years. It's a Bradford-White or AO Sloan, not sure which. I never exactly knew where because it was so slow but in the past 6 months...
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    Some more photos of the work so far.

    Some more photos of the work so far.
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    Just to be clear, the new flange sits atop the...

    Just to be clear, the new flange sits atop the tiles, it does not contact the plywood subfloor nor does it sit on the backerboard. I am worried about the new flange cutting or splitting my new...
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    I appreciate the advise from all the contributors...

    I appreciate the advise from all the contributors to this thread. Thank you.
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    How about the flange mount. This one wasn't even...

    How about the flange mount. This one wasn't even sitting on the backer board. There were globs of thinset underneath one side of it, probably to jack it up. The tile on the left side was...
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    I've stopped using the upstairs b/r for at least...

    I've stopped using the upstairs b/r for at least 45 days. The downstairs walls have dried out; I poked around the bottom of the subfloor with a small screwdriver and it does not appear rotted for...
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    From my perspective hiring a plumber and a bldg...

    From my perspective hiring a plumber and a bldg contractor from around here does not appeal to me at all; on the other side of the coin I don't have any experience working on tile or toilets. Is the...
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    Toto 1.6gpf -- Long Term Leak

    I am the original owner of a house bought in 2003. Dec 2008 I discovered a large water stain in the kitchen ceiling. I also noticed the hardwood floor beneath the stain was cupping. I cut out various...
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