His taps, his decision.
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His taps, his decision.
Huh? What holes are you talking about pre-drilling and what does the weight of the bolts have to do with anything?
This is what they are designed for. As long as there is no ability for the pipe to move horizontally you will be fine.
Install it upside down with the hot on the left and turn the cartridge 180%
Is it water or drainage? If drainage then yes furnco's will work, if its water then either glued repair couplings or compression repair couplings will be required.
Showers and bathtubs have inaccessible traps and can be cleared with a snake as this one could.
That makes no sense. If there is no space then where does the pipe go? lol
The line should be capped where the shut off is.
Canadian code allows the trap to be below the floor.
This is becoming more common for dishwasher connections.
Did you use Teflon tape? Take it off and make sure its not cross threaded then don't use any and snug it up with some channel locks.
It turns counter clockwise, and they can be pretty stiff. I can get them with a crescent wrench.
No, it is because of the temperature rating of PVC that makes it unsuitable for use inside the home. Many supply lines from the meter to the house are PVC as well as many city mains.
The vent is not the problem and if there, it is on the downstream side of the trap. The sink outlets would not act as a vent.
While you are correct, a DIY'er doesn't know the proper names or difference between them. The fact that he is talking about his washing machine drain leaves no doubt in my mind or anyone else who...
Its a liability thing, if you break the valve then your responsible.
No, the lowest it will go is 25 psi. You use a shut off valve to do what you want.
Most PRV's go from 25-75 psi and come set at 50 psi. 0 psi would be shut off, not what a PRV is designed for.
If I were you I would disconnect that before it costs you big time! If the washer leaks and floods your place and possibly others YOU, not your insurance will be held liable for the damages.
Ridiculous!! I don't know where to start on this lmao.
Its 2" copper, the Abs is 3" so its was throwing us off. Sounds like the sewer main to me though.
How old is the garburator? The blades become dull over time and can cause blockages. If its anywhere near 6 or 7 years old I would recommend a new one.
Hard to tell by pic but if you were to turn the trench at a 45 and y into the 3" you would gain some. If gravity is not possible, I would recommend a sewage pit with an ejector pump instead of the...
Your better off sticking with plastic as condensate water is acidic and will eat through metal.
Why not install a gravity drain? Not sure on your code but our code doesn't allow macerating toilets when gravity drainage is possible. Also they are very expensive to repair or replace when they...