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    I sold these water conditioners at $ear$ and they...

    I sold these water conditioners at $ear$ and they had a training guide that was very good.

    With 40 GPG of hardness you just about have rocks in your water and do not alone depend on the water...
  2. Check out this link. It talks about pressure, it...

    Check out this link. It talks about pressure, it reads 12 PSI and it has a tutorial on how to recharge the expansion tank.
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  3. I doubt this is really a good practice but the...

    I doubt this is really a good practice but the wall integrity isn't all that is compromised. At this point I would call the building inspectors dept of your county or city and asked them. Inspectors...
  4. Many new homes the soft 1/4 copper pipe is going...

    Many new homes the soft 1/4 copper pipe is going away at least behind the refrigerator and you do not have to worry about crimping the copper when you have to move the big box for service or...
  5. You may not need to tear out the surround if the...

    You may not need to tear out the surround if the wall behind the valve is accessible. Open up the wall and if you're good at it you change the valve body out but every here implies that any...
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    Not a clue what it is. I looked at another...

    Not a clue what it is. I looked at another picture I took and even zooming in on it I cannot figure it out. It is not a weight and the faucet hose does have a weight on it. The next time I'm at the...
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    If you can find a replacement valve, take the...

    If you can find a replacement valve, take the stem out of the new one and replace it in the valve body of the problem one. May not have to replace the entire piece.
  8. Here is another solution. After removing or...

    Here is another solution. After removing or cutting off the flowtite's you can glue on one of these on to the pipe for your favorite shut off valve.

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    Hello Not, It looks like the fittings at the...

    Hello Not,

    It looks like the fittings at the wall are already glued and that makes it harder to try another way. From the wall use a 45 degree fitting and you can meet the p trap connection...
  10. Hi ALkraut, I purchased a home in Orange...

    Hi ALkraut,

    I purchased a home in Orange County Florida and it was the first time I seen these flimsy fittings. I assume they look like the ones below. I had an entire kitchen make over and I did...
  11. Does anyone know what brand of shower faucet this is?

    This shower works fine but the pressure is somewhat low. Before i pull it out I want to know the brand so I can get access to any parts that I might need.

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    Sounds like a typical problem with MOEN shower...

    Sounds like a typical problem with MOEN shower faucets. If you need to pull out to the handle to turn the water on and then turn it for temp control, it's a MOEN. Inside the cartridge there is a part...
  13. Before you start you must have the right permits...

    Before you start you must have the right permits because septic fields can be dangerous for you and others. If you or your neighbors have wells for potable water that is a concern, the ground must...
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    As DonL stated it could be the faucet. If...

    As DonL stated it could be the faucet. If possible, remove the cold water line at the shut off and connect it to the hot water valve. Check the water flow and you'll know if its the faucet or valve. ...
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    Kitchen sink drain? Plumbing 101

    Hello all,

    Friends of mine just had a complete kitchen remodeling and when I saw the sink drain, oh my! I'm not professional plumber but I've done my share of DIY's with my own kitchen remodeling...
  16. Placing a point of use water heater for each unit...

    Placing a point of use water heater for each unit is not a good choice for this situation. 1) Each water heater will need it's own dedicated electric circuit. Expensive to run wires and the buildings...
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    Water flows down hill without pressure. For the...

    Water flows down hill without pressure. For the water to be coming up from the slab there would need to be an awful amount of standing water around the home. Gutters are always good no matter what so...
  18. Henry, I'm a little familiar with HOA's as...

    Henry, I'm a little familiar with HOA's as president for my HOA for 7 years. Condo's are a little different but you need to look at your state laws and your by-laws. For one, since your board have...
  19. Terry is right, the picture I attached I was...

    Terry is right, the picture I attached I was looking at the sink/disposal connection only. I always connect the dishwasher to the disposal and loop the drain line from the dishwasher through a hole...
  20. I'm not a plumber but definitely there is no...

    I'm not a plumber but definitely there is no vent. You say, "a new house" but is sounds like it is not new construction and someone did a remodel of the kitchen. The remodel probably moved the sink...
  21. Placing the laundry in the garage is pretty much...

    Placing the laundry in the garage is pretty much standard in the southern US where it hardly gets near freezing temperatures. I checked http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Vancouver and in your...
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    Thanks for the correction.

    Thanks for the correction.
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    I have a floor where two pieces of tile spanned...

    I have a floor where two pieces of tile spanned the toilet base and the two tiles were not level or even to each other. In my case it was not more then a 1/4 inch, maybe 3/16". I use those nylon...
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    With the bib facing upward the "frost" section...

    With the bib facing upward the "frost" section will remain full of water after removing the garden hose. If you get a freeze the remaining water could freeze and cause damage. When you backed out...
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    It looks like you got it part way out. If that is...

    It looks like you got it part way out. If that is the case, get out the can of WD 40 and give it a shot. After a minute or so push the valve back in and give it another shot of WD and work it back...
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