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    Thank you for the input. If I use a sharp utility...

    Thank you for the input. If I use a sharp utility knife I should be able to reuse the drywall. If I cut from stud to stud should I cut to the middle of the stud or the outer edge of each stud. Thanks.
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    Thanks for the advice! Just so I understand,...

    Thanks for the advice! Just so I understand, tighten the top nut not the bottom threaded pipe adaptor correct?
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    Dielectric Union Leakage

    I had a water heater replaced about 6 months ago and now one of the unions is leaking. I know there are two pieces (threaded pipe adapter / union nut) that can be tightened. The question is which one...
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    Main Drain Pipe Leakage

    Hello all,
    I have a leak in my main drain stack at the 3 " ABS pipe joint that is right between the basement and the first floor (subfloor). The leak is on the backside against the drywall...
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    York Indoor Air Blower

    Hello all,
    I have a York heat pump that is 16 years old. I have a very intermittent problem with the indoor air handler blower. Every now and then the blower will remain on indefinitely even after...
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    Yes, that is a metal strap on the upper elbow so...

    Yes, that is a metal strap on the upper elbow so I should be good to go.
    Thank you all again for your honest and professional input.

    Best Regards,
    Vince B
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    Main Drain Pipe Question

    Hello all,
    I wanted to know if it would be ok to cut the subfloor as marked in the red area.
    I have attached a picture to better illustrate. The picture was taken from the basement and is the main...
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