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    Much Thank!

    I figured that the Supreme would be my best bet. Thanks for the input.
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    Toilet to fit under 30 inch banjo countertop..

    Hey folks,

    Is the Toto supreme my only choice here?

    1) Must fit under 30 inch banjo countertop.
    2) ADA height seat.
    3) Like to stay away from Kohler "lowboy" type toilets if possible :)
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    Sterling tank to bowl kit....where to buy

    Having trouble finding the kit locally. Will the Kohler (triangle type) kit work? Thanks.
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    Help! Need large trapway, then get a Caroma

    Have a Customer that has some intestinal issues and has rather large dia movements, hence constant clogging of toilet. Want to replace his current 20 year old American Standard w/ something that can...
  5. Tough one

    I've demo'd a few of these. If you are a DIY'r and feel confident, then the fix is difficult, but not impossible. If not, hire a respected plumber.

    - Where the leak is showing isn't always where...
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    Thank folks!

    An engineering marvel.
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    Help ID toilet, Niagara?

    Plumber buddy of mine called me to ID a toilet. Inside the tank, the water fills up a tray just below the lid. The lid tilts and dumps water into the tank, which in turn fills the bowl. There is no...
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    Hmmm

    That's a tough one, It could have something to due to fluxuation in pressure at that connection. When you run the shower pressure is relieved at the toilet. Some so so connections possibly could be...
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    Epoxy lining of H20 copper pipes??

    Had a appointment with a Customer that just happened to have a suspected slab leak. She had called a company Ace Duraflo for an in house estimate. The salesman was there while I was working, so I got...
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    American Standard w/ Sloan Flushmate issue

    Have an American Standard 4098 with Sloan power assist that makes a whistling noise after flushing. This whistle lasts for up to 45 seconds. It didn't do this when new and the toiltet is about 9...
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    One of these

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00977178000P?vName=Tools&cName=HandTools,GeneralPurpose&sName=Plumbing%20Tools&psid=SHOPPING01&sid=IDx20070921x00003d
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    To the disposal

    but I'll double check that. This is not for my own residence. I'm doing a favor for a neighbor.
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    Leak somewhere between kitchen and bath..help!

    Running the kitchen H2O causes water to come up either from the floor or from under/behind the kitchen cabinets and possible leaching under the tile (hard to tell). Sink backs up to outside wall and...
  14. very common

    to have debris dislodged in pipe when repiping. Lines should be bled out before installing to fixtures. Remove the aereator and clean if needed. If that doesn't help, turn the hot water off for that...
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    Insurance provider in CA?

    Anybody happy with their insurance company? I'm looking for liability insurance, but a little overwhelmed by the number of companies out there and the tons of sales literature they are sending me.
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    Chipping/Demolition hammer recommendations

    Looking for a good chipping & demolition hammer for light to medium concrete removal or bathroom remodels and internal pipe repair/replacement. Portability is a big issue and or course working in...
  17. Thread: cutting pipe

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    Take your time...

    #1 - Wear safety glasses
    #2 - Practice on scrap pieces.
    #3 - Use the right size/type blade for the job.
    #4 - The shoe is meant to be a guide for leveling and stability. Hold the shoe tight to the...
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    I think it's a Grohe...

    possibly the Classic line, but I can't find a picture of it in white on the web. The general design, including the handles seem like Grohe. Hmmm, the quest continues....
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    Help identifying faucet

    Hello all and joyous holiday's.

    from these attached photo's. They're both the same brand, just different colors. Thanks for your help!
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    I passed my C36 today!

    And I have to thank you folks. I've used the search function many times looking up subject matter that I wanted to understand better during my studying. It's amazing the wealth of knoweldge here and...
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    Close

    The hot side was disassembled already and the handyman broke the red splined piece removing it.
    Back to the problem. The handle is not off and YES I was trying to turn the fat piece. It won't turn...
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    Okay, how about plan B

    Jeez, I can't get this handle off for the life of me. Two different strap wrenches (leather, rubber), holding the valve with locking pliers, holding the handle with locking pliers, PB Blaster, etc,...
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    Absolutely! To much pressure can cause this...

    Absolutely! To much pressure can cause this symptom.
    You can check your pressure at the hose bib. Buy a pressure gauge that fits on the hose bib and turn the water on full. 80 psi is max and...
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    Just a word of caution, sometimes OD blobs are...

    Just a word of caution, sometimes OD blobs are indicitive of using to much solder in general. An excess of solder on the ID of the pipe will cause restricted flow.
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    It sounds like a water hammer, but this would not...

    It sounds like a water hammer, but this would not have anything to do with the furnace. Do you have anything on a timer that cycles every 3 or 4 days, like irrigation (sprinklers, drip lines, etc)?...
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