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    No doubt. Imagine my surprise when I stumbled...

    No doubt.
    Imagine my surprise when I stumbled across a PSH that was OPEN on a Sunday at 2:30PM :D
    Community Plumbing Supply Co, Springfield NJ 07081 ...





    At first, I thought it was the...
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    Gerber Tank to Bowl gasket

    I have toilet that leaks. :D

    After replacing virtually everything not made of china/porcelain, I discovered that the bowl-to-tank gasket(BTG) I installed might be a bit to short :confused:

    The...
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    Yes, the pump is a covered part.

    Yes, the pump is a covered part.
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    I didn't notice any water about the unit,...

    I didn't notice any water about the unit, initially.
    But it is sitting between the other unit and the HWH...could have dried it all up?

    When I went a few hours ago, there was still no water about...
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    BTW...I attached hose from the boiler to a...

    BTW...I attached hose from the boiler to a sink(as a drain) and was able to have the cold water(from supply) push the hot water throughout the system(both zones).
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    Expansion tank and boiler

    My Mother-in-law (MIL) calls to tell me she has no heat.
    I go over to her place, and while checking things out my wife calls and tells me that the MIL has a "worry-free" contract with the gas co. I...
  7. "New" Work, rough-in ~ pressure-balancing valve,

    I am installing a pressure-balancing valve in my bath remodel ("new"). I'm a bit confused by the terms/definitions used in the install guide...a little clarification, please?

    The valve is being...
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    I am most definately a DIYer and I also see it as...

    I am most definately a DIYer and I also see it as a gimmick.
    What's the big deal? You get a few bad joints, you learn, you do it right..next.

    I'll stick with "regular" fittings. :)
  9. I would rent a core drill and bit. ...

    I would rent a core drill and bit.


    http://www.rothenberger-tool-uk-sales-and-hire.co.uk/images/rodiacut_diamond_core_drilling.jpg


    These drills/bits are readily available at any rental...
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    I put in a liner made of galv. steel - came with...

    I put in a liner made of galv. steel - came with many pre-drilled holes to allow water penetration...similar to the item on the right:
    http://www.steelcorculvert.com/images/windowwell.jpg

    I put...
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    Sump pits

    I just dug a sump pit and put in a liner.
    Talking with a "guy at work", he mentions that in addition to stones around the liner - I should put sand. I thought the sand would work it's way into the...
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    Not to hijack bmixon's post, but I have a...

    Not to hijack bmixon's post, but I have a situation that is worse that that - I will address it eventually.

    What is a "marvel"? Pic please?
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    Is your area prone to freezing? Add a frost free...

    Is your area prone to freezing?
    Add a frost free bibb and the "tee" dilemma becomes a "non-issue".

    http://www.mvsupply.biz/miva/graphics/00000001/MVS$MVSFFHB12.jpg
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    I don't know anything about it....BUT...I read...

    I don't know anything about it....BUT...I read their spec sheet ( Technical Specifications )...and to say the least: I am not impressed



    18C = 64.4F
    24C = 75.2F
    F= (C*1.8)+32
    ...
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    I'm no "pro" (as is proved by all my postings :)...

    I'm no "pro" (as is proved by all my postings :) ), but what I have learned in the past 200 or so joints seems obvious NOW...LOL...heat the fitting, don't try and heat it in one second - take a...
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    That is the way I see them all the time here in...

    That is the way I see them all the time here in NJ - just protruding out, mostly unsupported. Your opinion is that 24#'s is too much dead weight? (Not that I disagree, I just don't know what a...
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    Thanks for the pic Cass...do those exp. tanks...

    Thanks for the pic Cass...do those exp. tanks come in different sizes, capacities, etc?



    The water pressure was not changed by me - I do not think the city would raise it. Our supply does not...
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    I wish I could point the finger at the city, but...

    I wish I could point the finger at the city, but my meter is inside my basement ~ the city reads it from a black box outside.

    Can you tell me more about expansion tanks? I have never seen one on...
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    I have angered the plumbing gods....

    I have angered the plumbing gods....what other explanation is there for what has happened this MONTH:
    - water tank cracked ~ replaced old 40 gal w/75 gal
    - leaky faucet STOPPED leaking..or working...
  20. The sheetrock would fail and crumble after a few...

    The sheetrock would fail and crumble after a few uses.

    You CAN buy an access hatch/door of just about any size you want...or make one from plywood(sand it very well with 120-150 to make it very...
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    Interesting....here's a quick article Hotel/Motel...

    Interesting....here's a quick article Hotel/Motel Plumbing Utilizing The Philadelphia Single Stack System

    This was pretty much the only reference I was able to find.
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    The 2nd flr IS heated - just not the bath. ...

    The 2nd flr IS heated - just not the bath.




    150W? The lightbulbs will produce more wattage than that :) 7x75w= 525w. Neither of which will be very effeicient ~ although the switches could...
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    Heater ?'s

    It just dawned on me.....in my 2nd floor rehab project, the bath has NO HEAT.

    The house has forced air, but at this point, we are in no position to run any ductwork.

    While I am an electrician,...
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    Only if it's a jacuzzi type tub and the motor is...

    Only if it's a jacuzzi type tub and the motor is under there ~ electrical inspector will require a "permanent access" door/hatch
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    Are you saying that NJ has no "decent hardware or...

    Are you saying that NJ has no "decent hardware or plumbing parts store" :rolleyes:


    :D :) :D
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