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    No septic, guess that'd been helpful first :)

    No septic, guess that'd been helpful first :)
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    Sewer Gas smell and bubbling toilet?

    You all have been helpful in the past, so ill try again ;)

    This just started happening recently...

    I have a laundry room /bathroom in my basement.

    Recently (as in the last three...
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    Thanks. The joists are super close right there...

    Thanks. The joists are super close right there my drill/driver won't fit, I watched my dad put a nail in a tight spot like that but I don't want to try it as if it will be even harder to remove, and...
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    sagging cpvc line and UV question

    I removed a ceiling tile in my basement the other day and noticed a section of cpvc, 1/2" about 8' long has a pretty good sag in it. I can see why whoever put it in didn't add a support as you can't...
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    Thanks, that was the plan, though I'll have a...

    Thanks, that was the plan, though I'll have a plumber do it just to talk about some other things as well.

    So would the leaky t&p cause the pressure to drop? That's the part that seems odd to me, I...
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    T&P dripping & pressure low

    Okay this is driving me crazy. I'm calling a plumber Monday but wanted to see if anyone had any thoughts just because I'm trying to figure out whats wrong. This may be a windy post, so bear with me...
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    Another clawfoot faucet question

    So a big thanks to everyone who helped me with the faucet connections (compression vs mip). Every thing is hooked up and no leaks.

    Here's my question, I hooked all the supply lines up ran hot for...
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    That's what I wanted to do initially just use a...

    That's what I wanted to do initially just use a hose, problem is I've only found one with 3/4 on one end and 1/2 on the other and when I tried to order it there was a 70 day wait (maybe more), that...
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    Fantastic. Thanks for all the help! Anyone has...

    Fantastic. Thanks for all the help! Anyone has a web design, home theater, or pc trouble shooting question I'm all yours!
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    I wouldn't have ruined the threads on the faucet...

    I wouldn't have ruined the threads on the faucet threads by trying to put the wrong fitting on it would I?
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    Awesome, thanks Jerome. I had no idea there was...

    Awesome, thanks Jerome. I had no idea there was a difference.

    I've found some of the couplings you mentioned Trey (don't want to post link for reasons you mentioned) do they make them not in an...
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    Nope it's a 3/4" MIP it had a compression fitting...

    Nope it's a 3/4" MIP it had a compression fitting rigid supply line on both ends. I could go that route again (I assume) it's just there's a 99.9999999999999% chance those lines will get bumped...
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    clawfoot tub water supply - flex?

    I have a clawfoot tub in a basement. The old supply lines - well - let's just say the decided to not work anymore. Putting the compression rigid lines back in place seems like a bad idea as the...
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