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    Well, not much option there either. This is the...

    Well, not much option there either. This is the only possible location on the front of the house. In order to clear duct work it would have to be moved to the side of the house and the only...
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    Actually, I usually am better about removing the...

    Actually, I usually am better about removing the hose. We had an early frost/snow storm and I neglected to check one of the hoses. Maybe I have been lucky but I still can't see how I could leave an...
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    Well, I got the duct work all out. I had to pull...

    Well, I got the duct work all out. I had to pull about three feet of the main trunk and a small portion of two other runs to get to the problem. No chance I could leave an access. If it happens...
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    That's what I was afraid of! I figured it was...

    That's what I was afraid of! I figured it was going to need to be accessed from inside.

    This is going to require a lot of duct removal to gain access. Glad I caught this now and not in the...
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    Frost burst hose bib internally I think?

    I needed to fill a bucket up and hooked my hose up to my outdoor hose bib. I turned the water on and there seemed to be a lack of pressure, I then noticed water pouring out of the joint between my...
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    The locknut wasn't tight, so I am guessing the...

    The locknut wasn't tight, so I am guessing the adjustment has slowly been going out. Adjusted it and tightened the locknut, initial test showed no vibrations.
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    I was curious if the PRV could be could be the...

    I was curious if the PRV could be could be the problem. I will try adjusting it and see what happens.

    Thanks for the tip!

    Bryan
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    Vibrations in plumbing lines

    My house is a little over two years old and just after the one year mark a vibration started in the plumbing lines when water is turned on. At first is wasn't too big of a deal so I didn't worry...
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    P-trap distance from drain

    I am over from the Johnbridge forum. I am moving a tub drain for a shower. I have to move it two feet horizontal. I can't just put a 90 in then two feet of pipe and then 90 back up to the drain. ...
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    He did say he checked everything out and it just...

    He did say he checked everything out and it just needed a charge. His comment was they must not have checked it when they installed it. He did come in and look at everything inside too. I guess I...
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    New AC system and charge?

    I built a new house last summer and had a Carrier heating and central air system installed. I fired up the system this summer after having it off all winter and it ran but didn't cool.

    The tech...
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