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  1. Painting will be fine - just don't overcompensate...

    Painting will be fine - just don't overcompensate and use any type tape on the top section of the riser above the weld as it will hold moisture and rust out over time.
  2. If you have access for installation - Black Iron...

    If you have access for installation - Black Iron pipe for sure. If you have a problem with accessibility, CSST may be the less labor intensive route for the plumber. I would also get more than...
  3. Thread: Hot Water Woes

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    Thanks guys - after talking it over and...

    Thanks guys - after talking it over and considering what had changed, I kinda came to the same conclusion - bleed over throught the rough in valve. I'll insert the cartridges this afternoon. Thanks...
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    I thought the same about it may take a little...

    I thought the same about it may take a little longer, but it doesn't get any better no matter how long you run it. I don't think now that it is strainer or obstruction issues, the flow seems good...
  5. Thread: Hot Water Woes

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    Hot Water Woes

    We are adding a new bath onto our house and today finished the water supply feeds into the new addition. These tie in to the existing supply lines just before the existing bathroom ( which will be...
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    Actually 5psi is the max recommended inlet...

    Actually 5psi is the max recommended inlet pressure for that meter and it is metering at (or near) 2psi - It has a 2lb pressure compensating index on it. Good advice to call a pro - if your not...
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    You've got 2psi coming through the meter up to...

    You've got 2psi coming through the meter up to the Maxitrol regulator. Like some others have said, at 85' the 1/2" pipe is not going to carry that load. If you could tie in before the regulator...
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