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    I just rented a snap cutter for $20/24hrs from my...

    I just rented a snap cutter for $20/24hrs from my local tool rental house. It was the ratcheting type. Worked like a charm.
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    Ha. My toilet drain pipe goes "sideways" for...

    Ha. My toilet drain pipe goes "sideways" for over 20 feet before leaving the house.
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    Just follow the directions in this YouTube video....

    Just follow the directions in this YouTube video. I did, and everything worked great when I anchored my closet flange recently.

    The bit he uses is the type I bought, and it was only $7.
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    I moved a toilet from the old bathroom to new one...

    I moved a toilet from the old bathroom to new one yesterday, and forgot to drain it (dry flush) before disconnecting the old waste line below (transitioned to new 4" pvc, and ripped out the old cast...
  5. Are you sure it wasn't 3.5 liters?

    Are you sure it wasn't 3.5 liters?
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    Oh c'mon, thats looks fine!!! Hahaha, just...

    Oh c'mon, thats looks fine!!! Hahaha, just kiddin.


    Maybe a chrome sleeve over the copper with a fancy chrome flange covering the hole through the wall?

    Or, seeing that the spout isn't...
  7. I cant believe there are no individual shut-off...

    I cant believe there are no individual shut-off valves.........
    :eek::eek::eek::eek:
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    Can you point out where he has two traps on one...

    Can you point out where he has two traps on one fixture for me? I am trying to familiarize myself with plumbing and would appreciate a clarification. Thanks!
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    I hope the installers didn't use any type of...

    I hope the installers didn't use any type of mortar for a base. I just installed this identical tub and surround, and it has a thick styrofoam base (nearly the entire length of the tub), and the...
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    Also, sometimes the real thin areas can just be...

    Also, sometimes the real thin areas can just be rubbed off with your fingers. Start rolling your fingertip over top of the film and it should lift and peel up off of the tub.
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    My first house had 14/2 romex hanging from the...

    My first house had 14/2 romex hanging from the house gutter to the gutter of a detached garage 10 feet away (to feed power to the garage).

    Unbelievable.

    But, hey, I got a great deal on the...
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    I think I am losing my "sani-tee" (but I enjoy...

    I think I am losing my "sani-tee" (but I enjoy learning). Hats off to the pros out there......
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    Yes, this is it. I am just trying to tie...

    Yes, this is it. I am just trying to tie together a 2 and 4 inch line (hard to understand without a picture or drawing...I should have included one). I wasn't sure if the tie-in of 2" into the 4"...
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    Just wanted to note that both of the drain...

    Just wanted to note that both of the drain sections I am referring to are horizontal. 2" horizontal tub drain going into a 4" horizontal waste line. I'd like to tie the 2" line into the 4" line at...
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    wye vs. sanitary-tee

    Can a 4x4x2 Wye fitting be used on a horizontal section of a 4" drain waste to tie-in a 2" tub drain? Or should a san-tee be used?

    I'd like to be able to come into the 4" waste line at a 45...
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    Thanks. I remember reading that (back pressure...

    Thanks. I remember reading that (back pressure problem) in a thread I found here when I searched for info on Pex. Just wanted to make sure brass would do the job, too.
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    Is a 6 or 8 inch brass nipple ok from the valve...

    Is a 6 or 8 inch brass nipple ok from the valve to the tub spout?
  18. Correctomundo..... Keep doing stuff like this...

    Correctomundo..... Keep doing stuff like this and soon you will be a genius. I am still striving, myself.


    :)
  19. Thread: Bath Fan

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    Good point. Waiting for Cessna to come out with...

    Good point. Waiting for Cessna to come out with a fan.........
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    Excellent. Thanks. I am still tossing around...

    Excellent. Thanks. I am still tossing around ideas.

    I appreciate the help.
  21. Thanks again guys!!!! I love this site. Your...

    Thanks again guys!!!! I love this site. Your help is truly appreciated.
  22. Pex 90 degree connection..tube moves after crimping.....

    Hello all,

    I have a question about making pex crimp connections. I recently bought a PEXcalibur crimping tool (3/8, 1/2, 3/4 sizes) with the intent of using pex for a new bathroom. I sarted...
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    Thanks for your help guys, I appreciate it. ...

    Thanks for your help guys, I appreciate it.


    :)
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    Yet another vent question....(sketch)

    Just wondering if it is possible to vent a toilet in this manner (see pic).

    4" waste with a 3" vent line coming off the back of the waste line.

    I'm not sure if this is acceptable or not. I...
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