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    I agree, do that easy work yourself which will...

    I agree, do that easy work yourself which will save you some towards the Pex.
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    Is the hot water just for awhile, then turns cold...

    Is the hot water just for awhile, then turns cold after running a bit? If so, it's possible water lines somewhere could be absorbing heat from a source when sitting stationary. Or if lines are...
  3. Thread: Toilet Choices?

    by John28
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    If you leave a big pile of peeps get this one. ...

    If you leave a big pile of peeps get this one.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr9EyCIIfbs
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    When I originally read sawzall, I saw a new sink...

    When I originally read sawzall, I saw a new sink coming.
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    What was the outcome?

    What was the outcome?
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    Is it off yet?

    Is it off yet?
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    Isn't it just a back-up ring with a rubber gasket...

    Isn't it just a back-up ring with a rubber gasket above? If that's the case I'd pry between the ring and gasket with a stiff puddy knife or screwdriver tip to break free, then rotate once loose,...
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    Not sure if you'd should tie the sink drain in...

    Not sure if you'd should tie the sink drain in below the standpipe? Probably above?
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    Any issues with the Brasscraft G2 series? Kind of...

    Any issues with the Brasscraft G2 series? Kind of liked these till I saw some with blown out stems on the web? Although once something gets out there, the web can make it seem a lot worse than it...
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    I'm guessing no one knows what brand it is? As it...

    I'm guessing no one knows what brand it is? As it is hard to see. Do you agree the valve looks like a pretty good one, or do you know of another with a good ball valve feature, stainless or chrome...
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    Was the niche constructed or of the tilable type?...

    Was the niche constructed or of the tilable type? Just curious as I just recently installed my first traditional shower and niche, and had no issues, and I'm a rookie. The only seem on a tileable...
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    True, he even uses the same nut and ring? I just...

    True, he even uses the same nut and ring? I just came across it while searching, and was curious of the Brand of stop it was? Wasn't posting because I thought it was a good video.:eek:
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    Can anyone identify this 1/4 stop?

    I been searching all around for a couple compression type stops, 1/4 ball vale with a Stainless Steel ball. Not sure if they even exsist, this is all I came across on the web? It's on YouTube and not...
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    Do you know who makes the compression 1/4 turn...

    Do you know who makes the compression 1/4 turn stainless ball valve and stainless stem type? I thought they exist, but not sure? I just know I had the compression type for the kitchen shut offs, and...
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    The price of a couple fittings is nill. My...

    The price of a couple fittings is nill. My thinking was, if this could keep a novice sweater from destroying the valve, I'd actually save money? And I don't think there'd be much concern of a...
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    I realize that, did you read the questions?

    I realize that, did you read the questions?
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    Ball Valve questions

    While I'm in the vacinty of replumbing my washer, I'm also replacing 1 shutoff to an outside spigot, and 2 shutoffs to the laundry tub.

    1.The shutoff for the outside spigot is in a run between an...
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    Thanks for the replies, that makes more sense,...

    Thanks for the replies, that makes more sense, everything you reads states from washer top.
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    Washing machine box rough in

    My question pertains to the washing machine box rough in with supplies and standpipe. Under normal rough in this box usually ends up around 42 -48in., but what about todays pedestal washers putting...
  20. Thread: Time Out Valve

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    The retrofit model is the quick upgrade, but they...

    The retrofit model is the quick upgrade, but they do have new installation ones also. As I'd go with the new installation model, being I have old style shut offs, that I'm eliminating anyways. You...
  21. Thread: Time Out Valve

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    Time Out Valve

    When I replumb my washing machine drains and supplies, I was lookinag putting in a manual Time Out Valve that comes with attached hammer arresters. My supply shut offs are in need of replacing along...
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    That's what I thought, but many people say the...

    That's what I thought, but many people say the transition glue is acceptable, but they are not very reliable sources, Thanks

    Would you make an effort to continue with ABS, even if locating...
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    ABS or Sched. 40 PVC?

    I'm getting a new washer, and Im looking to do some replumbing, for a laundry tub and washer, drains, P-traps, standpipe, etc.

    What I have existing, is ABS which comes through the basement...
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    Haven't bought the grout yet, just weighing...

    Haven't bought the grout yet, just weighing options.

    I was undecided between Laticrete Permacolor and TEC Power Grout, so far I'm leaning torwards Permacolor, as I have read some negative reviews...
  25. Thread: Grout

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    No, I meant TEC Power Grout, it's kind of new...

    No, I meant TEC Power Grout, it's kind of new with not many reviews.

    I don't have much expierence with grouting so did a lot of research, and read every Spec. sheet on every cement type grout....
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