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  1. Plumbing
    I need to tap into the existing natural gas line under my house in the crawlspace to power a tankless water heater. The problem, of course, is I have a fireplace and a range that are downstream from the point at which I need to tap in. It's impractical to unscrew every single fitting after the...
  2. Plumbing
    I'm going to be running some supply lines to an outdoor wash-up sink from my house. I'd like to leave the house at the sill box with something rigid (prob copper), elbow downward into the ground, and transition to PEX once in the ground. The exposed portion would look something like the copper...
  3. Plumbing
    Hello, Just checking here on the boards to see if there is a simple solution for a small leak on a sink drain in our bathroom. It appears there is a small leak (not really a leak, but more a drop) of water that is coming from the soldered joint form the elbow to the male coupling protruding...
  4. Plumbing
    I'm trying to figure out what this plastic fitting is called so I can order one on the internet but I don't know how to search for it. I thought I would ask the pros ;) It is the fitting all the way over on the right with the hex on one side. Thanks for your help! Let me know if the link...
  5. Plumbing
    Hi everyone, So I have a plan of attack on some DIY work, but never having done any plumbing before I just wanted to run this by someone before going out and doing it and wrecking anything. I just bought a new dishwasher and I'm replacing the old dishwasher in my house which is about 60 years...
  6. Plumbing
    I'm having a heck of a time finding the part I'm looking for either at my local home improvement warehouse or online. I need to fit together the 3/4" inner diameter PVC drain pipe from my air conditioner to the drain pipe that it was connected to (dumps to household plumbing). The pipe was...
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    As I think through all the possible problems I may have with my upcoming bathroom renovation, something has occurred to me that I am wondering about. Basically the bathroom is 5'X9'...the 5 foot wall is opposite the door, and is where the tub will go (existing tub is in there). I plan on...
  9. Plumbing
    I just added a washing machine dual cutoff valve. The supply connections accept threaded or sweat connections - I chose to sweat them. After pressurizing the system I noticed a small drip. Upon closer inspection I realized that it wasn't a connection leaking, there's some invisible pinhole along...
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