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    Make old gas boiler more efficient

    I have an old American standard 1B-J1 boiler using natural gas. I would like to convert the standing pilot to a spark pilot and install an automatic damper such as the GVD-6PL. I have the...
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    Jacuzzi tub faucet mounting

    I am installing a drop-in whirlpool. The tub area itself is oval but the flange the rests on the deck is rectangular. I was looking for thoughts on drilling holes in one of the corners to mount the...
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    well the strainer isn't the problem so much as...

    well the strainer isn't the problem so much as getting the 'wrench' into the locknut grooves to tighten it. If the pipe sticks up above the caulk too much, the wrench won't be able to tighten the...
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    not sure but some type of plastic or resin

    not sure but some type of plastic or resin
  5. It looks like you have a wedge-lok (sp?) drain. ...

    It looks like you have a wedge-lok (sp?) drain. Thay are still sold. There is a dount gasket that goes between the flange and the pipe. Not sure why something else was in there. I just removed the...
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    Shower pan cracks radiating from drain

    I have another post in this forum that has nothing to do with this one in case you were wondering. Anyway, in my basement I have a shower stall with a 36" square pan and some form of cultured marble...
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    Oatey No-Calk Drain

    I am putting in a Swanstone shower pan and purchased an Oatey No-calk drain for it. When I first checked everything, it seemed my pipe coming into the drain was 3/4" too high. The drain I am using...
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