Any comments on these places?
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Any comments on these places?
I assume this system would remove chlorine as well? GAC=? Any suggestions on where to buy a stacked system like this online?
EDIT: GAC=Granular Activated Carbon :)
The valve was leaking out of one of the front shafts. Due to the age of the Culligan I want to trash everything and get a new system. Any other comments (pro or con) with Ohio Pure Water? Anyone...
The Culligan isn't in the trash yet, although I want to beat it with a baseball bat after the way that it failed ;) (Spraying water everywhere, if someone hadn't been home and heard the water it...
As near as I can tell that thread is talking about adding chlorine, not removing it?
Are there any units with Fleck heads that remove chlorine? Thanks!
We have city water with a lot of chlorine, which I would be happy to eliminate as much as possible. Any opinions on:
1) Waterboss 950?
2) Kenmore Elite Hybrid?
A few months ago my Culligan Estate 2 failed catastrophically with water spraying out from the control valve. I used the peripheral plumbing already in place to bypass it. Today I noticed its still...
Thanks for the replies :) Any further archaeological data has unfortunately been lost in the dumpster...
Are you not happy I posted pictures, or just commenting on the fact that you can identify toilets from their description? :confused:
Lol! It wasn't really pink-ish, although it looks it in the photos.
Right you are (or were) sir!
Attached are some pictures of the animal, and some of the carnage discovered below it. Filled the weekend up with the repairs (new floor etc), at least it wasn't...
The above toilet is located in my 1960's mobile home at camp. I realize a picture would help a lot, but I'm not at camp now :). I definitely have a problem, the vinyl floor is cracking and buckling...
Although what you said is typically true, the kerdi drain will allow a full dry fit without issue. It still comes apart unless you are sloppy with the primer like I was ;)
Whew, I got it off.
Obviously I was too liberal with the primer, and some ran down while I was handling the assembly:
I'm working on a Schluter Kerdi shower, and installed the riser for the kerdi drain yesterday. In order to ensure the riser was plumb, I had the kerdi drain dry fit to the top of it, with the intent...
The "best" way of doing things needs to address ALL design parameters and constraints, and may mean compromises in form while still achieving the required function. Given the presence of the cable...
I take offense to the wording "chose to ignore". I am faced with a very difficult situation here, trying to make right what someone did incorrectly before me. The space below this job is finished...
- I don't see anything in the NY code that's been quoted as prohibiting a flat vent. (This vent pipe is not connecting to a stack vent, but if it ever did it will be well above the flood rim since...
I disagree, "SHALL RISE VERTICALLY to a minimum of 6 inches above the flood rim" describes the termination point.
Anyone else care to weigh in?
No problem, its going to the attic before termination to an AAV
This isn't going to terminate to anything except an AAV and it is alone, so I don't think its a branch, relief, or loop. (But I...
According to NY State Code,
905.3 Vent connection to drainage system. Every dry vent connecting to a horizontal drain shall connect above the centerline of the horizontal drain pipe.
Thanks for the reminder, I did remember that and will check the last pipe (at the trap) before gluing and make it longer if needed.
Any comments on the design?
Will this be found pleasing to the plumbing gods? (Not glued yet :) )
Any tips/tricks on getting the trap level so the drain stub is level?
But if the trap never siphons, then who cares :) ;)