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    The most difficult part is draining the shower...

    The most difficult part is draining the shower and then venting the drain. You'll need access to an unfinished ceiling below. You'll have to do considerable exploratory work in order to plan this....
  2. What do the installation instructions say? I...

    What do the installation instructions say? I would think that this thing has to be continuously supported with a tile backer panel or something, not just studs 16" on center.
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    You have to be more careful when working around pressure vessels. You're lucky that water wasn't the only thing that "flew".

    If someone is going to stock supplies themselves so it is readily...
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    I've done both and would rather not demolish...

    I've done both and would rather not demolish plaster again in my entire life. They used to use horse hair to reinforce that stuff. Leave it there, cover it over and it will simply increase your sound...
  5. The problem looks to be that the piece on the...

    The problem looks to be that the piece on the left got pushed in on the low side, ripping off the internal connections. These things are incredibly flimsy and need good support behind them. What's...
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    That's the euphemism that we used. Mine actually...

    That's the euphemism that we used. Mine actually worked once. I was doing 60 in a 45 through Winston-Salem on my way to the guv'mint building when this nice young deputy from te Sheriff's department...
  7. What is the plumber's explanation of how the...

    What is the plumber's explanation of how the problem reappeared? Do your neighbors have similar problems? You should probably get the local county building inspector in and see what he says. You may...
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    How's your groundwater contamination, Mr....

    How's your groundwater contamination, Mr. sanitation expert? For our modern composting toilets, the floor is a 4x8 sheet of pressure treat plywood with a privy hole centered in one quadrant. When the...
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    Nice avatar, Redwood. :)

    Nice avatar, Redwood. :)
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    From your link:

    From your link:
  11. If the seller paid a plumber to fix it and he...

    If the seller paid a plumber to fix it and he did, or claimed that he did, then there would be no reason to disclose it. Although I'm not sure how he could fix the problem without cutting out...
  12. A broken bladder would have been my guess as well...

    A broken bladder would have been my guess as well but I'm curious as to why the "well guy" with combined 70 years of experience (in post 1) didn't think so. :confused:
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    http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f2/Redwood39/lau...

    http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f2/Redwood39/laugh-1.gif

    Made my day.

    [Thanks for the cute smilie, Red.]
  14. I'm confused did your plumber repair the dips for...

    I'm confused did your plumber repair the dips for the seller and they came back? What makes you think it is a foundation problem? If it was the dips would be under footings only not along a slab.
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    It is entirely possible that two bulbs from the...

    It is entirely possible that two bulbs from the same package installed in the same fixture end their life cycle within hours of each other.
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    I gave to one of those police benevolent...

    I gave to one of those police benevolent associations years back. I send in 25 bucks and they'd send me a "radar shield" to put on the back of my truck. Then they sold my info to similar...
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    Methinks less drastic measures will prevail....

    Methinks less drastic measures will prevail. :rolleyes:
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    A friend of mine used to say that since you paid...

    A friend of mine used to say that since you paid a much higher price per pound of propane to fill a 20# bottle than if you paid for a 300 gallon delivery, that it proved that the gas costs the...
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    Looks like some are willing to follow that bit of...

    Looks like some are willing to follow that bit of advice:

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e4/Leaning_tower_of_pisa_2.jpg/250px-Leaning_tower_of_pisa_2.jpg
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    Since when is a "question" a "response"? ...

    Since when is a "question" a "response"?

    Perhaps you should consider a class in basic readin' and 'ritin'. :)
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    Unlike some, I provide proof of my assertions: ...

    Unlike some, I provide proof of my assertions:

    http://www.terrylove.com/forums/showpost.php?p=143713&postcount=13

    PS I find your personal photo collection very entertaining. :)
  22. So Far I've not had difficulty cleaning off old...

    So Far I've not had difficulty cleaning off old silicone with a DAP product, but when I pick up a tube of Lexel white I'll look for this other brand. Thanks.
  23. Thanks for the advice Howard. This particular...

    Thanks for the advice Howard. This particular shower is a stand-up type, thick plastic "boards" (for lack of a better term), a one piece floor pan with 4" curbs, and a glass panel and door on the 4th...
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    ...or the questions. :D

    ...or the questions. :D
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    The Southern Man has been remarkably consistent....

    The Southern Man has been remarkably consistent. :)
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