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Posted By XSleeper

After you have attached the Sioux drain... you...

After you have attached the Sioux drain... you would glue new pipe coming down from the drain, and glue this on the end.
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Posted By XSleeper

Talking You will need to buy a little 2" pipe as well....

You will need to buy a little 2" pipe as well. Most places sell it in shorter 2ft and 5ft lengths in addition to full 10s.

Hook up your Sioux drain first. The flange determines where it goes since...
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Posted By beelzebob

Can't tell if the faucet stem is a removal...

Can't tell if the faucet stem is a removal assembly because of the tape. To remove the plastic nuts, get a piece of plastic with an ID at least the diameter of the hub on the plastic nut (common to...
07-16-20, 07:20 PM
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Posted By 57TinkerMan

I forget a lot of things too. Here's a simple...

I forget a lot of things too. Here's a simple diagram for the OP, should help in understanding what's going on.



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09-09-19, 05:55 AM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

No, most/all interior use regulators do NOT have...

No, most/all interior use regulators do NOT have a shutoff valve. They are regulators only. The lack of a knob or lever of any type on yours confirms that it does NOT have a shutoff valve.

In my...
09-08-19, 10:56 PM
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Posted By PJmax

That regulator does not have a shut off on it....

That regulator does not have a shut off on it. Most regulators don't.

Many ranges have the regulator inside the appliance and there could be a shut off next to it.

In any event..... you should...
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