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    Ok, I think I might have figured it out. My Drain...

    Ok, I think I might have figured it out. My Drain is threaded all the way on the neck of the drain. Shouldn't I have a pc that threads up to that with a rubber washer on the other side of the Tub...
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    HJ, Sorry for the poor explanation....yeah I know...

    HJ, Sorry for the poor explanation....yeah I know what you mean. This is in an RV. The tub Drain is plastic and threaded on the outside. The Tub has a hole in it that I drop the drain into it. I...
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    Drain won't seal to Tub

    I have a simple problem that I can't fix! My plastic drain in my plastic tub needs to be sealed. No matter what I use. I doesn't seal! I've tried Silicone, Lexel silicone, and even plumbers putty...
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    HJ, from reading your comment. I believe that is...

    HJ, from reading your comment. I believe that is what my problem was. I know that soder got into the seam, but due to my horrible angle and working space, I'm pretty sure the water that pissed out...
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    Yeah I hope its good as well. I could redo it in...

    Yeah I hope its good as well. I could redo it in the future. Its in the basement as well so if it does leak it will only dribble on the floor.

    I did leave the line full with water pressure...
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    I hope I did this right

    Hey everyone so glad to finally join up. I've been learning for some time in this forum.

    Ok, I replaced a silcock last night. sweated the 1/2" copper pipe to the silcock no problem. Then I had...
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