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Posted By ldonahey

The tub and the shower will be two seperet units,...

The tub and the shower will be two seperet units, meaning it will be a stand alone shower with a stand alone tub to the right of it. We will not be standing in the tub showering, so draining water...
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Posted By ldonahey

Frameless shower door with return installation question...

I am installing a bath room with a drop in tub and a stand up shower to the right of the tub. I would like to install a frameless shower door with a return that sits on the right edge of the tub...
10-31-13, 08:28 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

looking into replacing panel...

Thanks for all the help. I just got off the phone with an electrician in my area and he is going to stop by tomorrow or Monday and have a look at replacing the panel. In the mean time I have...
10-31-13, 07:43 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

I don't see marks on the contact clip...

I am looking at the breaker closely and can not see any arc marks on the clip that snaps on the busbar. I see some very light marks that look like metal on metal scuff marks, again these are very...
10-31-13, 06:53 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

Why I'm replacing it...

The power to the circuit my coffee pot was on went out yesterday. I checked the breaker box and the breaker was not kicked but had no voltage on it when I stuck a volt meter on it. I tried turning...
10-31-13, 05:53 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

Is Zinsco type Z circuit breaker a direct replacement for type Q?

I need to replace a Zinsco type Q circuit breaker. Home depot has a type Z breaker that looks about the same size and shape. The main difference I see between the two types is the Q looks like the...
07-13-13, 12:16 PM
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Posted By ldonahey

Will do. Thanks again for all the help. I...

Will do.

Thanks again for all the help. I am sure you saved me much heartache.

DIY Sally
07-13-13, 11:11 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

You have no idea how much I appreciate all of the...

You have no idea how much I appreciate all of the help. I will change the ell on the left when I re-do the connection into the floor.

I have just one last question (hopefully the last...
07-13-13, 10:04 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

Almost there....

LOL... Im going to look like that lady on the front of that ship before this is all over...weathered and shirt hanging half off... LOL

Here is a picture of the stack in the basement where the 2"...
07-13-13, 08:27 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

Stopping ships....

I see… the double fixture fitting look more like long 90* than the San T.

Here is a picture of a partially built sink cabinet sitting in front of the proposed plumbing.

The vent hole is just a...
07-13-13, 06:52 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

If at first you don't succeed....

Here are pictures of the connection into the basement floor. I mistakenly stated that it was a 4” pipe. As you can see in the picture, I reduced it down to a 3” pipe. It is just screwed into the...
07-12-13, 05:42 PM
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Posted By ldonahey

Long story...

I will do my best to shed some light on the situation. The “they” you are asking question about would be me. The pipe is new, I put it in.

I decided to make a laundry room out of one of my...
07-12-13, 12:35 PM
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Posted By ldonahey

Maybe I need more help than I thought... What's...

Maybe I need more help than I thought... What's the difference between a cleanout and a drain? I'm pretty sure it's a clean out. The guy at the "box store" told me I could connect the washer...
07-12-13, 11:20 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

Well, my roof is old and I am afraid I will do...

Well, my roof is old and I am afraid I will do damage if I try to go through it and cause a leak. I plan to have the roof replaced with in the next 2 years and I was planning on taking the vent...
07-12-13, 11:17 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

Pictures...

Ok. I'm not sure what you wanted pics of, so I took a few. The first is the dry fit that is going to be moved back into the wall behind it. The vent stack will be 9.5' and go to an AAV. The 1.5"...
07-12-13, 08:34 AM
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Posted By ldonahey

The drain in the floor is a 2" pipe that runs...

The drain in the floor is a 2" pipe that runs into the basement and connects to a 4" Y with a cleanout top. I was just going to glue a 90* street elbow into it. Is that OK?
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Posted By ldonahey

Can a Dust Collector go outside my house?

I have had a woodmaster 712 planer for about 10 years. I haven't used it for about 6 years, since my dust collector broke. I have since moved and now my work shop is much smaller. I am going to...
07-11-13, 11:01 PM
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Posted By ldonahey

Washer/utility tub drain and vent help needed..

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I need some washer drain advice. After reading this forum, I realized that I messed up the plumbing in my new laundry room. I didn't put vents in the design. Now, I have to try to fix the...
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