1. M

    Crack in 4" sewer line

    Long time lurker, first time poster. I discovered roots in our sewer main to the street during a camera inspection. The roots are small, and not really causing a problem at this time. Using a locator and wanting to avoid future problems, I dug up the area to find where the roots enter the...
  2. M

    Crack in underside of new toilet

    I’m about to instal a new American Standard Cadet 3 toilet and I noticed a small crack in the underside (unfinished) of the bowl. No crack appearing inside the bowl. Is this crack a serious defect?
  3. Kevin Craig

    Hairline cracks in brand new softener tank

    I bought a whole house carbon filter about 4 years ago and recently I noticed hairline cracks in the neck where the valve screws in and water was slowly leaking out. I contacted the website where I ordered the tank and they had a new one sent out promptly. But I noticed on the new tank there are...
  4. farmerisland

    Copper waste line flat, venting lacking, and so much more

    Hey guys. I need to share a little back story to give proper context of my issue with some upstairs very old plumbing. I live in an old farmhouse that was originally Mennonite-built in 1890. There was no indoor plumbing initially but the main floor bath was put in by my grandparents at some...
  5. Lou_Reed

    Some Toilet Advice If you Have The Time

    Hi everyone! First post, but have been reading through the threads. A wealth of information. Thanks for sharing your knowledge! Awhile back I bought an American Standard 3381.216.020 dual flush that was sold at Lowe's exclusively. Which I now regret. I live alone and it was for a spare bedroom...
  6. kevinivey

    Toilet bowl crack??

    our 20 yr old Peerless Toilet Bowl now has a hairline crack from the handle down to the base; the plumber came out and said it was 'impossible' for this to occur due to wear and tear and that we must have over-tightened the plastic nut or somehow cracked it?? And our home warranty co will not...
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