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06-13-19, 06:46 PM
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Posted By ShellyE

Also... it looks like I can purchase the...

Also... it looks like I can purchase the “stainless steel shear rings” separately and use them with the regular rubber couplings. (To avoid the installation issue the interior ridge might present)
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06-13-19, 06:19 PM
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Posted By ShellyE

Thanks again for all the good advice Pilot Dane.

Thanks again for all the good advice Pilot Dane.
06-13-19, 01:47 PM
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Posted By ShellyE

Any feedback on whether a primed/cemented union...

Any feedback on whether a primed/cemented union is better than joining with a shielded Fernco?

I figure it will be possible to use a cemented union below and a Fernco above the new sanitary tee...
06-13-19, 01:22 PM
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Posted By ShellyE

Other than swapping out the rubber Fernco for a...

Other than swapping out the rubber Fernco for a shielded rubber Fernco - do the steps in the video pretty much cover all the steps.

Also, I assume good straight 90 degree cuts are important -...
06-13-19, 01:06 PM
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Posted By ShellyE

Like the ProFlex? Thanks Dane!

Like the ProFlex? Thanks Dane!
06-13-19, 09:16 AM
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Views: 927
Posted By ShellyE

Need Help with proper way to raise Sanitary Tee

I bought a new freestanding vanity to replace a pedestal sink. Once I had everything disassembled and went to push the new vanity back in place flush with the wall I discovered the sanitary tee is...
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Posted By ShellyE

Correct, but just to be clear I'm not installing...

Correct, but just to be clear I'm not installing a fan. But it is a moderately heavy light fixture and I get your point that it will have more strength with the brace.
If i do go that route can I...
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Posted By ShellyE

I may try adding an extra screw thanks.

I may try adding an extra screw thanks.
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Posted By ShellyE

Right, from what I've read about this model it...

Right, from what I've read about this model it can handle 50 lbs.
The one side does give though and made me question it's strength. Was hoping to hear the gap I'm seeing is normal - otherwise I...
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Posted By ShellyE

http://m.platt.com/platt-electric-supply/Ceiling-F...

http://m.platt.com/platt-electric-supply/Ceiling-Fixture-Boxes-Round-New-Work/Carlon/B520A-UPC/Products.aspx?pid=186433

I did not install Ceiling box. Going by model number inside box.
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Posted By ShellyE

Ceiling Box B520, question about weight

I'm installing a 18lb light fixture. The existing ceiling box is a B520 (plastic side mount). It has a little give on the one side (presumably the side that is not attached to the joist) however I...
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