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  1. Thanks so much for your suggestions. The...

    Thanks so much for your suggestions. The plumbers came out today. They shut off the hot water for the entire complex at the water heaters. I tried my hot water and got nothing. Okay. No systemic...
  2. Thanks for the tips. I had not thought about...

    Thanks for the tips. I had not thought about that, but 100 degrees is very suspicious. You're right. That is an average of hot and cold temperatures!

    The plumber came out (again) and said the...
  3. Poor hot water temperature before & after new water heater

    Hi All,
    My condo neighbor is having hot water issues and we've thrown money at the problem at that hasn't solved the issue. I am hoping to get some guidance on this issue.

    I live in a forty year...
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    Okay, I just took some channel locks to the nut. ...

    Okay, I just took some channel locks to the nut. It seems pretty tight as is. It looks like nylon or some sort of plastic and don't really want to bugger it up nor crack the tank. This Drake is...
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    Jamie writes: 3A- Using large pliers, give the...

    Jamie writes:
    3A- Using large pliers, give the large nut at the bottom of the tank a bit of a snug, then push the rubber gasket onto the bottom of the tank until it is flush.
    The flat side should...
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    Okay, how about a third question regarding...

    Okay, how about a third question regarding Jamie's awesome tutorial?

    Should I put silicone grease on the tank bolt grommets and on the big tank to bowl gasket; or on the Sani-Seal ring?

    I...
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    Thanks for the tips! I silicone greased...

    Thanks for the tips! I silicone greased everything and got no leaks. I was going to take pictures and do a nice tutorial for newbies (even newer than me), but the grease was a mess. LOL. I will...
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    gas stove supply line replacement

    Hi All,

    I am trying to replace a 36" gas supply line for my stove with a 60" line.

    I just purchased a Brasscraft "Coated Stainless Steel Gas Connector" kit with a 5/8" OD in 60" length to...
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    American Standard kitchen faucet fixing

    Hi Gents,
    Today, I am working on an American Standard single-handle kitchen faucet. It's a ten year old Reliant-ish model with a side sprayer. It started pouring water underneath my counter and...
  10. Thanks guys! These were built as apartments in...

    Thanks guys!
    These were built as apartments in '69 and converted to condos in '79. I only know about the last fifteen years.

    The pictures are of two adjacent first-floor condos. Moreover, I...
  11. disposal leak, replacement, potential can o worms

    Hi All,
    My Badger 5 is leaking from a hole in the housing. Grrr. I have a new Badger 5 in a box, begging to be installed. Only for aesthetics, I would like to change the basket strainer on the...
  12. I know I pre-thanked you, but THANKS! I picked...

    I know I pre-thanked you, but THANKS! I picked up a C744EL-01 (C744SL) elongated ADA Drake with a 1.6 tank and a generic seat for $238, including tax. That's the exact same price as a Kohler at HD....
  13. So, any chance you remember the name of that...

    So, any chance you remember the name of that great local plumbing supply house in Austin the guy said was cool? That yellow page list is pretty long. :)

    Thanks. This forum is awesome. It...
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