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04-25-16, 07:36 AM
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I don't need to work on the burner, just replace...

I don't need to work on the burner, just replace the screws so the base is firmly on the cover (i.e. sealed again). I can't get at the broken bit with pliers.
04-24-16, 07:43 AM
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Frigidaire range: loose sealed burner

One of the burners on my Frigidaire Gallery gas range (FGGS3075KWC) is loose. It is held in place by two screws (316240600 ?), both loose. Though I found the indicated part number, I can't find the...
04-04-08, 04:21 PM
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Posted By jaz50y

I have a 10 year Europlus with a flow problem. I...

I have a 10 year Europlus with a flow problem. I contacted Grohe by email and they were extremely helpful, altho we ended up concluding that it probably is the cartridge. They sent Word document...
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This place has a lot of options. I am going to...

This place has a lot of options. I am going to get an extension that raises the shower head 6" and extends it out from the wall 24":
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Thanks. After more research, am going to bring it...

Thanks. After more research, am going to bring it up to code by putting the spout and handles in the small tiled area between the tub lip and the marble shelf (about an eight-inch rise), then use an...
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Retrofitting old tub with new faucet and shower

I am restoring an old bath where the tub is tiled into place with six-inch marble shelves extending beyond each end to the walls (i.e., the tub ends are in six inches from the walls). Originally the...
06-11-07, 07:34 PM
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Posted By jaz50y

Backerboard on Plaster?

I am helping my son restore the bathroom in his 1930's Philadelphia rowhouse. To save the tiling enclosure around the tub we had to also save the plaster walls above. We have used lots of plaster...
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