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11-22-20, 07:54 AM
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Posted By 2john02458

In order to preserve the integrity and appearance...

In order to preserve the integrity and appearance in the corridor area, I would do all the cutting/drilling/fishing/patching in the closets where repairs would not be noticed.

Vertical wiring...
11-18-20, 10:45 AM
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Views: 290
Posted By Zorfdt

If you can't figure out the model number, I would...

If you can't figure out the model number, I would remove the faceplate and determine if the cartridge is reversible. Many can just be removed, turned 180 degrees and reinstalled. Seems like a lot...
09-08-20, 06:59 AM
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Views: 349
Posted By Spaceace

I ended up using a Sharkbite fitting. Installed...

I ended up using a Sharkbite fitting. Installed it over the weekend and so far it is working great!
06-28-20, 12:14 AM
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Posted By MRTkH

I ordered mounding and they look great

See attached. I used all new flexible moldings rather than try to match new wood with a flexible crown.

turned out ok

...
05-21-20, 12:39 PM
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Views: 612
Posted By luckydriver

oh i did my other toilet which is why i wont do...

oh i did my other toilet which is why i wont do this one. i cannot get under my house because of the small crawl window. what happened with that toilet is that the pipe that feeds from under the...
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Views: 912
Posted By doughess

How does Doylee4693 know that “everything was...

How does Doylee4693 know that “everything was aired out” when vented at low level in system?
That is wishful thinking in post #2..

Even if auto vent on air scoop in picture is working (has he...
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Views: 8,896
Posted By DLocy

Thought I would let you know, I talked to the...

Thought I would let you know, I talked to the manufacture of the 4 to 1 mortar I used. They had a product that could be applied directly over the 4 to 1. I came home from work, removed the shower...
Replies: 6
Views: 533
Posted By aka pedro

The cap is the metal cover, usually with a screen...

The cap is the metal cover, usually with a screen to keep birds and varmits out, and the crown is the concrete on top of the bricks that the flue protrudes through, typically in the vicinity of 3"...
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Views: 1,568
Posted By Norm201

Since it's being thrown out why not break it and...

Since it's being thrown out why not break it and find out what's blocking it?
05-12-19, 05:29 AM
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Posted By Norm201

I know you want a quick fix to this, but really...

I know you want a quick fix to this, but really you already said you may want to remodel the whole thing later on. I suggest skip the quik fix and redo the whole thing now and do it right. You;ll...
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