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    I bought a Toto Drake about 4 years ago when one...

    I bought a Toto Drake about 4 years ago when one of my toilets in my condo took a crap. It is without a doubt the best toilet I have ever used. I've sold my condo and am moving into a new...
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    Easy enough. I'll let you know how it works out....

    Easy enough. I'll let you know how it works out.

    I don't think I can replace the gray tubing. It's a condo and the tubes come up from the floor, which is some type of cement substrate that...
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    Guys, Thanks for the help. Pretty awesome...

    Guys,

    Thanks for the help. Pretty awesome that you can take a look at that beat up valve and tell me who mfg it and what to do to correct it! You rock!

    What's the best way to go about...
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    Hopefully this will help...

    Hopefully this will help...
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    Wow...I have no idea who made the valve. It's...

    Wow...I have no idea who made the valve. It's about 20 years old. If I post a picture will that help?
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    Hot/Cold Reversed

    Hello all,

    I've been doing a bathroom remodel and I only planned on re-tiling the walls and not touching the plumbing, but while I've got the walls off the studs I figured it might be a good time...
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    EasyBoard

    Has anyone used EasyBoard...or even heard of it? I just found it at Home Depot and it seems to be a lot easier to handle than hardibacker. It's put out by custom building products. ...
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    Shower head extention

    A couple of quick questions:

    1. Is there a reason to have the shower head extension over the tile line, or is this just a preference? I plan on retiling and the extension will come out below the...
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    Got it. So 4 mil poly sheet...that's just a...

    Got it. So 4 mil poly sheet...that's just a think piece of plastic basically, correct?
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    What exactly should I use as a vapor barrier? ...

    What exactly should I use as a vapor barrier? I've looked on the web and everyone talks about a vapor barrier under flooring and in attics, but no one mentions it behind bathroom walls (oddly...
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    Bathtub walls

    I've removed the tiles and sheet rock from my bathroom walls and have the studs exposed. I've currently got 1/2" hardibacker ready to install and I have to fur out the studs to match the hardibacker...
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    Shower valve replacement

    Well, after ripping out my walls doing a remodel on the bathroom, I've decided it would be wise to update the shower valve. The only issue is that the feed lines are plastic with everything else...
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    Thanks for all the help. I was wondering about...

    Thanks for all the help. I was wondering about the vapor barrier. I've seen several people talk about adding it, but I've noticed it was never installed when this place was built. It's 20 years...
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    I forgot to mention this is my first time doing...

    I forgot to mention this is my first time doing this, so what does "fur out the studs" mean and I'm assuming that's for all studs...
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    Retiling Bathroom Walls

    Hello all,

    I'm retiling my shower/bath walls and have removed the old tile and drywall. My problem is this....the old backer board is 5/8" thick, but I can only find 1/4" or 1/2" thick backer...
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