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03-22-09, 08:04 AM
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Posted By s_diniro

That seems to be the common response I get ...

That seems to be the common response I get

If the door wasn't finished, it'd be the no-brainer route

But it has a beautiful black finish from the factory.

I'd hate to go the bondo\repaint...
03-21-09, 10:59 AM
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Views: 18,892
Posted By s_diniro

removing glass panel from steel door?

I've have a new steel entry door, which cost a lot of $$$.

Unfortunately, it has its first dents in it :mad:

Looks like someone knocked REALLY hard or even punched it; there are about 4...
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Views: 2,699
Posted By s_diniro

when the plumber told me he was all done (and...

when the plumber told me he was all done (and showed me the car), he flushed the toilet for me to see

right away, i could tell it wasn't the same. the flush wasn't as powerful as before

no, i...
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Posted By s_diniro

well, let me clear one thing up... by "dinky...

well, let me clear one thing up...

by "dinky car", i was referring to a small, Hot Wheels kinda thing, except it was all plastic, 1-piece, fits in the palm of your hand.

it was removed intact,...
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Posted By s_diniro

Question toilet doesn't flush properly after a toy was removed

OK, so here's the history:

1) my 2-year old flushed a dinky car down the toilet
2) toilet stopped flushing properly ...duh
3) plumber was called to remove toy and reset toilet
4) STILL doesn't...
03-22-08, 02:11 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 4,059
Posted By s_diniro

ok, another update... i went to the Home...

ok, another update...

i went to the Home Depot to see if i could get an auger or some tool to flush the line [or to see if there was any point], and spoke with the master plumber...

He said to...
03-22-08, 06:43 AM
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Posted By s_diniro

...I failed to mention that the house is about 60...

...I failed to mention that the house is about 60 yrs old. Original plumbing, some of which includes galvanized piping.

I saw a similar recent posting that mentioned air coming out the low-flow...
03-22-08, 06:27 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 4,059
Posted By s_diniro

Question low pressure at one sink?

There's one place in the house where the water practically dribbles out.

It's in the bathroom sink, only the HOT water faucet. The pressure in the corresponding cold faucet is fine. The hot water...
12-17-05, 09:43 AM
Replies: 1
Views: 600
Posted By s_diniro

poor flow & heat in sink

The hot water in my bathroom sink has a weak flow, and takes forever to get warm.

I'd say water trickles in @ 30% of the cold water from the same sink. It hasn't always been this way. And it's the...
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