That would be the sensible thing to do.
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That would be the sensible thing to do.
quote; Your customer gets gravely ill and the hospital determines it's from contaminated water.
First they would have to prove WHERE the contaminated water came from, since it could NOT be from...
quote; THey recommended an adapter to make it work.
You are already using a "piece of c***/ garbage", so why would you want to compound the "fix" by adding additional questionable components to...
Technically the one on the right is only for use underground and in some areas, such as here, underground outside the building only. You "roll" the left one back on itself after to place it on the...
Theoretically, you could "calibrate" it to any "standard" you wanted to so that all your tests would either pass the test, or fail so you would have to repair them.
One interesting thing about the wiring diagram is that they appear to show the equipment ground connecting to the neutral wire, which is not a "normal" connection.
I cannot imagine why they would use A/D plywood for a sub floor. Usually it is C/D since it is not going to be visible.
Is that a 3" flange that fits INTO the riser pipe? IF so, toss it and get one that fastens to the outside of the pipe. It makes no difference WHAT is under the flange to raise it as long as it is...
I have known many people, including plumbers, who have replaced a water heater to get rid of a problem only to find they still had it afterwards, because they DID NOT check for the 'real' problem...
quote; Only the security downstairs had one of the 'T bar' keys to shut the water off in his unit.
My problem was that I had the key, but didn't know where the meter was or which one it was...
I would think the calibration would have to be "certified" to ensure that the device is testing properly.
Seems like a lot of work when all you had to do was put a tee in the vertical line and run a pipe sideways in the wall to the sink's location, then cap the pipe where the old "P" trap was. You will...
Your pressure is 'dropping to zero" for a moment, because your air "precharge" is higher than the pump's "cut in" pressure. In fact, it is at whatever the pressure is just before it drops to zero.
quote; Since the toilet's trap is higher and internal, you can run water past it without affecting it
That is NOT the reason you cannot run the toilet past the shower drain. The reason is that the...
From your description there is no way to differentiate between a failing pump or a bad Pumptec unit, but for either one, changing to a 2 minute reset should have absolutely no effect on the problem.
Yes, it unscrews that is why it has flats on the sides for wrench
quote; Heard of so many first timers trying to change a shower cartridge without realizing that the water supply needs to be...
Since we cannot see ALL the piping, this is just a guess, but that vertical pipe should be the vent for the tub which is no longer being used so the sink can connect to it, assuming it has the proper...
You should just have to install the bolts, because I would think the bracket should go on top of the tile.
His "power" will be reduced when Congress finally imposes a sales tax on online purchases. Home Depot destroyed most of the local "lumber yards" and many mom and pop hardware stores.
I would just get a Mustee composite wall hung sink and replace the one you have now.
From your photo, it appears all you have to do is install a tee in the washer's vent line at the proper height. The only downside is that the vent is connected with a sanitary tee, rather than with a...
Try a shop vacuum because it is probably between the sink and the trap.
quote; I would take the opportunity to tear all of that old crap out
Spoken like a "true modern plumber" who never worked with cast iron or galvanized dwv systems.
Lag screws through the floor into 2x6 blocking will be more than adequate.
None of your "ideas" for the sink drain are "legal" if I am understanding how you intend to do it. It is going to be a "weird" bathroom if the toilet sits in a shallow recess between the two sinks.