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    The last one was good for 93 years. Here's...

    The last one was good for 93 years. Here's hoping the next one does as well. :)
    Thanks.
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    Will do! Thanks!

    Will do! Thanks!
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    Solid object in toilet- To auger or not?

    My husband and the plumber were bailing out the bathtub the other day. It had a clogged drain. They were dumping the water down the toilet, and inadvertantly dumped the rubber tub stopper down the...
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    Waste Drain assembly for Clawfoot Tub

    I need to obtain a replacement drain assembly for an old clawfoot tub.
    Like these: http://www.shopping.com/-clawfoot+tub+waste+drain+covers

    There are a number available online.
    Can anyone...
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    I understand that no one likes someone standing...

    I understand that no one likes someone standing over them every minute of the job asking questions and making comments. It would be both annoying and distracting.

    I am not talking about that. ...
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    Thanks for your answer. That's interesting to...

    Thanks for your answer. That's interesting to know. The plumber did end up removing the cast iron. The main waste line had already been replaced with plastic a few years back so now the whole...
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    :confused: What's wrong with being an...

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    What's wrong with being an informed consumer??

    You ask about doctors and dentists: I could tell you several stories about people close to me who saved themselves trouble and...
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    OK, thanks Terry and HJ. I will definitely rely...

    OK, thanks Terry and HJ. I will definitely rely on the plumber but I feel more comfortable when I know what's going on.

    I wasn't aware that cast iron was still being installed. I thought it...
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    Wow, nice job! I'm working on a very similar...

    Wow, nice job! I'm working on a very similar project and I hope it turns out as nice.

    Mine's a 4' x 8' bathroom in a Victorian-era house, which we are renovating and restoring so it fits the...
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    Moving toilet four inches

    Hi, on Saturday we gutted our tacky "mobile home style" bathroom that was last remodeled ca. 1980 out of part of the back porch of our Victorian-era house.

    We want to move the toilet location...
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    Unfortunately the US site does not have a list of...

    Unfortunately the US site does not have a list of distributors. I emailed them but so far they haven't replied. Hopefully they will in a couple of days.

    I really like what I've seen about the...
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    Thank you, jad. I looked at the Wedi website...

    Thank you, jad.

    I looked at the Wedi website and that system looks very easy to work with. However they don't seem to have a list of distributors or prices. I will email them to ask, but do you...
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    Shower base/Shower receptor opinions?

    Hi, I am planning the remodeling of a small bathroom in my home.
    The bathroom currently has a one piece fiberglass shower stall in it. I think it looks kind of cheesy and I would like to replace...
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