1. R

    Jet Pump Well cap/seal

    Renovating an old home with a jet pump well. The well has no seal on it. I have called two different well companies, sent them this picture and they say no problem we can take care of that and they give me a price. Then before they come and do the service they call back and say they don't...
  2. tsos93

    What happens if the flange knockout goes down the pipe??

    Hi, I live in the city and I'm remodeling my upstairs bathroom. My flange knockout cap accidentally went down the 4in ASB pipe. How serious of an issue is this? What do I need to do to get it out? I've gotten some mixed answers. I had a plumber come and he scoped it out and found it to be about...
  3. Ctgcwiqc

    How to remove cap from well

    I'm looking at the cap to my well trying to figure out how to remove the cap. I need to determine pump depth, and static water level. It looks like a bolt has been modified to allow water line to extend from the top of the cap. 1. is there a way to remove the modified bolt at the pvc pipe...
  4. JoeyDYI80

    Sprinkler Anti Siphon valve is leaking from cap

    Tonight after I manually turned on one of my sprinkler zones for few minutes and after it was done I noticed that water was continuously leaking from the underneath the cap of the anti siphon valve. I thought it would stop after a few minutes, but it did not. When I tried to turn on the...
  5. Mauro

    New to wells and to this forum

    Hello everyone I’m new here and new to wells too, just successfully dug a 4.6mt bore hole for a submergible pump with compressed air and water having found very shallow water table. However, no matter how deep I go, after 3.6mt all I get is sand. I got the pipe deeper by 1 more meter (4.6)...
  6. Chris Jenkins

    Capping Copper Drain Pipe

    Hi All, I am looking to remove this old copper drum trap that ties right into my copper main stack. What is the best way to do this? I would like to get rid of the drum trap since it looks like it has leaked a little over the years and I don want poop water leaking behind my wall . Can I cut...
  7. DoofusOfTheDay

    What are my options for cleaning up this mess?

    Years ago I tapped into my water line right where it enters the basement and put a tee as you see with a threaded top to connection to irrigation lines I ran outside. Since then have retired the irrigation lines, as I found out they didn't do much for landscaping, only cost me more money each...
  8. RedRoger

    Price Pfister Old Fixture

    My new house has Price Pfister fixtures. I assume the white part is the cap to get to the screw. I have one knob that has come off. I can’t figure out how to get the cap off. Anyone seen this type of fixture?
  9. exchfamily

    What is it and how do I remove it?

    This is the cap covering the drain that I am supposed to use for my water heater. But I can’t get it out. I have removed all of the screws from the flange, but the white part still won’t come out. Help
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