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    Thanks for all the help I'll start over and see...

    Thanks for all the help I'll start over and see what I find, Once I get things working I'm going to map out every outlet and switch so if it happens again I'll know where to start sear ching.
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    There is a switch that has the lines pushed in...

    There is a switch that has the lines pushed in through the back I'll check them. Would a tone generator help any? I'm thinking that if I put a tone through one of the dead outlets that would work...
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    The outlets are on the first floor. There isn't a...

    The outlets are on the first floor. There isn't a GFI anywhere in the house. It's tough to say which is closer to the breaker box however the last one on the wall has a black red and white wire if...
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    Outlets stopped working

    Six of my outlets suddenly stopped working along with a ceiling light. I checked the circuit breakers; shut them all off and turned them all on and all of them were fine. I took the panel door off...
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    Two pressure tank but little water

    I just installed a second pressure tank so that my pump wouldn't have to go on as often but I'm not sure if I really accomplished much. The original tank was a 52 gallon one and the new tank is an 86...
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    Pat I agree with your comment to goofy. I felt it...

    Pat I agree with your comment to goofy. I felt it necessary to ream him out this morning when he made an obnoxious comment to me dealing with my thread on using 3/4 or 1/2" copper. I'm new to this...
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    No Korads actually no I'm not a tightass and I...

    No Korads actually no I'm not a tightass and I would rather not spit in any ones face even a goofy face. I have to face reality. I'm 72 working 800 miles from home and working alone. I'm taking what...
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    The back wall is an outside wall so I can't go...

    The back wall is an outside wall so I can't go through that it's too cold and besides I would then have to get out on the roof and put a hole through it. I'm doing this job 800 miles away and I won't...
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    I had the exact same problem. What I did was...

    I had the exact same problem. What I did was switch over to a 12" rough toilet.The waste line had to be cut off but I left about a 6" stub(I used an angle grinder to cut through the cast iron stack...
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    Venting through side wall.

    In a previous post I had asked about water lines but they are the least of my problems. I'm installing a bath on a 3rd floor but not pulling any permits. The new room will be in an alcove with the...
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    Why just the cold? Although I was concerned about...

    Why just the cold? Although I was concerned about it taking the hot too long to get up to the third floor and wasting water. The cost was really the big factor, $10.50 a length for 1/2" and 15.50 for...
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    3/4" or 1/2" copper lines

    I'm putting a new bathroom on the third floor of an old house. All of the water lines are now 3/4" copper. Is it necessary to run 3/4 up to the third floor before switching to 1/2" or can I make the...
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