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  1. Shutting down natural gas water heater for 2 to 3 weeks

    I have a GE Power Vent, Model GG50T06PVT natural gas water heater. I plan on going on vacation for two to three weeks and I will shut the water off to the house at the main shutoff. I also plan to...
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    Proper disposal of empty propane bottles

    I have several empty propane bottles (the type that is used for soldering copper water lines) and I don't know how to properly (safely) dispose of these bottles.

    Thus, how can I properly dispose...
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    Thanx for the info. I was getting a little...

    Thanx for the info. I was getting a little concerned that it might be some sort of serious structural issue affecting the PVC pipes which would have to be addressed althought the house is only...
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    Cracking noises from PVC pipes

    Every time I flush a toilet or drain a bathtub or sink from either of the two bathrooms on my second floor, I hear "cracking" noises from the PVC drain pipes. It is very loud at the beginning of the...
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    It may just have been a bad pump. There are a...

    It may just have been a bad pump. There are a lot of other GP2010 pumps installed in my area but the homes are a lot new than mine. So, it may be a few years before we really know.

    I believe my...
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    toilet dude, First of all, I'm not an...

    toilet dude,

    First of all, I'm not an experienced plummer by any stretch of the imagination. But I did have my sewage (ejector) pump repaired by the local Sanitary Authority. They replaced the...
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    It probably is the check valve. This type of...

    It probably is the check valve. This type of repair is beyond my basic plumbing experience. So, I'll hire a professional to do it. Is this an expensive repair?

    thanx

    Bob
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    Sewage (ejector) pump problem

    I have a sewage (ejector) pump located in my basement that starts running every 30 to 40 minutes for about 30 seconds and then stops although there isn't any water and/or sewage running into the pump...
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