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    The Unit was last used in May. I believe it is...

    The Unit was last used in May. I believe it is the Renaissance American Standard Model http://www.*********.com/catalog/pdfImages/da/da1418dc-0800-4546-9353-55123f4c3ded.pdf

    I am assuming the Air...
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    Humming Noise from whirlpool tub

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    My American Standard whirlpool tub, used 5 times, stopped working. The motor makes a quiet humming noise, but not bubbles or water circulation.

    I have done some research and there is some...
  3. That makes sense. Very informative video. Thank...

    That makes sense. Very informative video. Thank you for the link.
  4. But the fresh air supply for the furnace is ok to...

    But the fresh air supply for the furnace is ok to be connected to the HVAC flue?
  5. Your work looks great. Thanks for the advice but...

    Your work looks great. Thanks for the advice but I am just that brave. Really worried about the support of that Ci that I would cut because it is 3 stories high.
  6. I agree with you that the job needs to be done...

    I agree with you that the job needs to be done right, not just do something mickey mouse job just because it is easy. I am soliciting input. If going around that 2ft wall and below the highest...
  7. This is the opposite wall behind the tub where I...

    This is the opposite wall behind the tub where I have a 2 inch metal venting that can be easily taped into.
    http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/1151/tubwall.jpg

    And here is the high efficiency...
  8. View from inside the bath...

    View from inside the bath
    http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/5738/toiletz.jpg


    here is the space behind the toilet and sink wall

    http://img859.imageshack.us/img859/1976/behindwall.jpg

    Cast...
  9. The 3 inch CI is not in the wall, but a foot...

    The 3 inch CI is not in the wall, but a foot behind it and I have access to that area. Maybe few pics would help.
  10. This is an attic space, I have access on both...

    This is an attic space, I have access on both sides of the high walls, and there is space behind the small wall ( a duct runs behind that 2 ft wall) so I do not need to rip any sheetrock, the vent...
  11. sorry about the confusion in the drawing. A 2...

    sorry about the confusion in the drawing. A 2 inch cast iron ties with a 45 degree tee into the 3 inch cast iron. The propose venting was passing trough that area but it was not connected. I was...
  12. That is a Cast Iron 3 inch vent so it is...

    That is a Cast Iron 3 inch vent so it is challenging to connect to.
  13. Seems the easiest way to go through the roof. One...

    Seems the easiest way to go through the roof. One thing I have not drawn out on the picture is a plastic vent through the roof from a high efficiency furnace. Now, the guys who did it they connected...
  14. I agree. That's why I was asking, altough I kinda...

    I agree. That's why I was asking, altough I kinda expected you guys will say no to going down below the fixture. I still do not see the problem thou.
  15. Yes, the cast iron is there, but I am nor sure...

    Yes, the cast iron is there, but I am nor sure how I can tap into the cast iron, especially since there are two cast iron pipes connected there, one 3 inch that is the drain from the toilet plus a 2...
  16. Here is my situation. The bathroom is in a dormer...

    Here is my situation. The bathroom is in a dormer in the attic that has one wall that is an outside wall but there is a 2 feet crawl space on the bottom. So I was thinking of wenting from the sink go...
  17. Can vent go downward below the highest fixture?

    Might seem like a silly question, but please bear with me.

    I know that venting must go vertically up 6 inches above the highest fixture, which is usually the sink prior to going horizontally.
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    Would that be a problem if I preassemble a 1 1/2...

    Would that be a problem if I preassemble a 1 1/2 ABS drain on the tub and then just drop the ADS in the 1 1/2 riser provided that I measure correctly for the tub to fit in the area from the side wall...
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    Clawfoot drain questions

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    I have searched the forum for previous discussions on clawfoot tubs but seems like every situation is unique. I am hoping you can help me out with the way I set up the drain from this tub...
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    Thank you for that analytical analysis. As an...

    Thank you for that analytical analysis. As an engineer I appreciate the data you presented and helps me better understand the issue. I know that I have one of those eco freindly water flow reducing...
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    Thanks for all the feedback. You are right,...

    Thanks for all the feedback. You are right, having a plumber install the heater and get the proper permit is definitely worth it.

    Now, my questions is, what happens if the tank fails? What is the...
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    Thanks for the input few more questions. How...

    Thanks for the input few more questions.

    How do you rate the quality of a Rheem, A.O. Smith or GE that is sold in Home depot? The GE I am looking at is model Model # GG40T06PVT. What is the...
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    Replacing a Oil Hot Water with gas

    I want to replace my 9 year old oil tank with a gas one. Can you tell me why a plumber thinks I should re-line the chimney when the current oil one is going through the chimney. If I do not want to...
  24. Thread: Selling stuff

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    Selling stuff

    I looked around I could not find if selling some items is allowed on this forum. I have a unifit adapter for a 14 inch rough in. I thought I needed the 14 inch adapter, but the supplied 12 inch was a...
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    It is the actual braker on the burner, not the...

    It is the actual braker on the burner, not the braker in the electrical panel.

    I was trying to see if there is anything that would overload the unit so that the burner trips.
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