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    After running through the tests we were able to...

    After running through the tests we were able to narrow it down to the pump.

    Thank you for all the help! I've learned a lot!
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    Just to ensure I understand, there are two tests...

    Just to ensure I understand, there are two tests I can do now.

    1. Cap the end of the pipe that leads to the tank and pressurize the pipes to see if it holds. If it does, then there is no leak in...
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    Update: I opened the well cap and could see...

    Update:

    I opened the well cap and could see water about 15 feet down. I also didn't notice the sound of any running/leaking water.
    I'm not sure if this helps with anything, but the amp draw of...
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    I brought the bladder tank up to 38 PSI and added...

    I brought the bladder tank up to 38 PSI and added a new pressure gauge.

    With the water cut off to the house, I turned the well equipment on and watched the gauge. The pressure would not go above...
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    Thank you for the replies! 1. Even if it's...

    Thank you for the replies!

    1. Even if it's likely not the problem, is it easy to check the path of the lines just to rule it out? The pressure switch was connected to the line with a 4 inch copper...
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    Consistent water, but low pressure

    Hi,

    Two days ago we lost water pressure throughout the entire house. The master bathroom toilet tank, which is farthest away from the well equipment, will not refill at all; the other tanks in the...
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    I forgot to ask... Are you referring to the...

    I forgot to ask...

    Are you referring to the small section of pipe below and between the cross fitting and the 90? Or are you referring to the horizontal pipe that's running to the 90 before going...
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    :rolleyes: I like to try and do things myself;...

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    I like to try and do things myself; it's more rewarding to see the final result. Albeit, it's usually better when it's done right.
    I've never done any plumbing before, or tile, or...
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    Well, I can't change it now...or at least I won't...

    Well, I can't change it now...or at least I won't be changing it unless I run into a problem later. I designed it so I can slide the vanity boxes out if I need to.

    Those are the 90's the guy gave...
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    Well, I'm finished with the vanity; everything...

    Well, I'm finished with the vanity; everything seems to be working properly with no leaks. Time will tell...

    Thanks for all your help!

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    Now I'm curious...what is it? :)

    Now I'm curious...what is it? :)
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    Well, here's the final result... Also, I took...

    Well, here's the final result...
    Also, I took off the compression shutoff valve and put on a shark bite valve. It took 10 seconds to put on and it doesn't leak.

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    Thanks for all the help!
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    Bathtub Install With Mortar

    Hi,

    I'm replacing the bathtub/shower in two bathrooms. I'm to the point where I'm installing the tubs and I plan to use mortar underneath.

    This is the tub I'm using in both bathrooms: Home...
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    So, I have all my parts and I began putting...

    So, I have all my parts and I began putting everything together. I needed to replace the existing hot water shut off valve, so I picked up one of those quarter-turn valves. After I tightened it, the...
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    I was at Home Depot today looking at the air...

    I was at Home Depot today looking at the air admittance vents and saw these two:

    http://terrylove.com/images/cheater_vent.jpg

    Vent 1
    Does not meet ASSE 1051 which is required to meet the...
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    What if I used a 2" double fixture tee and used...

    What if I used a 2" double fixture tee and used 2" pipe instead, or reduce down to 1.5" when necessary.

    How would I go about framing a wall? Would i be building a new wall in front of the block...
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    Like this, right? It would go in the red box... ...

    Like this, right? It would go in the red box...

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    Thank you for all the responses. I really...

    Thank you for all the responses. I really appreciate the help!

    So, just to clarify, I should not put an AAV on the double wye. Rather, I should have an AAV directly after each P trap. Wouldn't...
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    What if I did something like in the image below?...

    What if I did something like in the image below? Would it still be necessary to have a vent since neither arm is that long? Each sink would have its own P trap.

    If I still need a vent, can I use...
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    So, if I have a single P trap like in Option 2,...

    So, if I have a single P trap like in Option 2, would I put the vent directly above the Drain Tee that connects both sinks to it?
    If I were to move the drain, what would something like that...
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    That wall is an exterior block wall, so I think...

    That wall is an exterior block wall, so I think I'm stuck with what is there, right?
    So, Option 1 is definitely out because of the S trap. I'm not sure where else to go from here. Aside from the...
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    Vanity Plumbing Options

    Hello,

    I'm trying to determine the best option I have for plumbing our vanity. There was initially only one sink, but we're installing two now. I intend on using a splitter for the water lines to...
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