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    Tub Spout Removal

    Hi all. I'm having trouble removing my tub spout. There does not appear to be a set screw holding in on, so I'm guessing it is a screw-on . I've tried to turn it counter-clockwise, but it is not...
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    Good quality shower valve

    I just puchased a Price Pfister shower valve (model Treviso 808-5DK) from Lowes. After opening the box to check it out, I not sure I like the quality of it. The valve body is brass, but everything...
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    I thought of that, but out of the tee there is a...

    I thought of that, but out of the tee there is a 45 elbow and the 1/2" pipe branches to the right and thru a 2x4 stud. I need it to branch to the left. If I just cut and re-route it, it will have to...
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    Unsweating 1 side of tee

    Hello all. I'm rebuilding my shower and am planning on moving the location of my shower valve. I have 2 tees that are inline with the supply lines (3/4") and branch to the shower valve via 1/2 lines....
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    I've been researching this for some time now. If...

    I've been researching this for some time now. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, visit this site for more information. http://www.ohiopurewaterco.com. You definitely need a water test first. Based on the...
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    Well I took a chance and went ahead with the...

    Well I took a chance and went ahead with the soldering and had no problems. I used Oatey #95 flux with Oatey safe flo solder. Your advice is much appreciated. Thanks.
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    sweating copper prep

    Hello all, I finished cleaning, fluxing, fitting several pipes and fittings but had to tend to some other chores before I could solder them. Is it OK to solder these joints after they have been...
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    Abs ?

    I'm a bit paranoid whenever I start a new project and try to think of everything that can possibly go wrong before I start, so I figured I'd ask a possibly dumb question. I'm going to be cutting into...
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    Thanks

    Thanks Cass, I like it (no cutting the pipes). I tried removing the C/O cap the other day and it was stuck. I didn't apply a whole lot of torque to it because I was afraid something might snap. Is my...
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    water softener drain

    Hello, I'm planning an install for a water softener in my basement and want to make sure I can plumb in a drain properly. I have an existing drain pipe that currently handles a bathroom and washer...
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    Clearwave Electronic water conditioner

    Does anyone have any experience with the Clearwave Electronic water conditioner. I have hard water and ran across this in my research.

    http://www.smarthome.com/3260.html
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    Thanks for the info HJ. This is an oil fired hot...

    Thanks for the info HJ. This is an oil fired hot water heater.
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    single vs dual aquastat - water heater

    Does anyone know the difference between single and dual aquastats?
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    Aquatstat removal from hot water heater

    I'm removing an oil-fired hot water heater and was wondering if there are any tricks to removing the aquastat without damaging anything. There only appears to be a set screw to remove. Should I...
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