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  1. Plumbing
    Need troubleshooting help for why my hot water supply is still dripping, even after disconnecting from hot water heater and letting it drain all night. Replacing hot water heater. Disconnected hot side from hot water heater after opening hot side on sinks/bathtubs. Let it drain out of the...
  2. Appliances
    :001_unsure: Hi there! Just wanted to ask if someone knows if a 20 Lb. propane tank may feed a 35 Ft long copper line from outside ground level to a kitchen located in the second floor to supply a gas range. Will it work? Thanks in advance.
  3. Plumbing
    Planning stages for bathroom remodel. Currently have a 54" double vanity (circa 1968). Want to put in 2 single 24" vanities. Pictured is the supply lines under the current vanity. I want to cut this garbage out and install t fitting on hot and cold pipe on other side of the wall (attic space...
  4. Plumbing
    Hi all, This is my first post on this forum. I am relatively new to plumbing work as well, especially when it comes to laying down new pipe, which is what I'd like to do. I moved into a turn of the century house about a year ago. I noticed that there is no spigot to which I can connect a...
  5. Plumbing
    Hi Everyone: I live in the US but have a European sink - I think it is a Kohler - and our supply line broke. We found a replacement but the female end is 3/8 when it should be 5/16. I haven't been able to find a suitable supply line to fit the 5/16 female requirement. What kind of compression...
  6. Plumbing
    I recently had a GE dishwasher installed by a plumber and afterwards was reading the installation instructions. In the instruction manual it says not to use a water supply line that is smaller than 3/8". The plumber used 1/4"; now i am concerned that there is going to be a problem. Does anyone...
  7. Plumbing
    I'm considering installing a water softener and plan to place it in my garage near the water heater. The problem is the main supply enters the house about 30 ft away. It is 3/4" PCV, valved with vacuum breaker. Meter is on the curb. The supply line enters the exterior wall at about 1 ft...
  8. Plumbing
    I purchased a new vanity with a 3 hole 4" spread top and while I was there I bought new flexi lines to replace the two supply lines. I was glad to have thought of such an appropriate idea. Got home and ....! The old pipe sticks out of the wall and the ridgid line is attached differently. It...
  9. Plumbing
    DWV PVC: Can I use it for water supply from my new well to my new house? It is schedule 40 and is rated for 330psi. My flow calcs indicate that I need 1-1/2" pipe for supply, but the local big box hardware store only carries regular PVC up to 1" and everything over 1" is DWV PVC. Looking at...
  10. Plumbing
    My house did not have a dishwasher and I need more cabinet space so I added cabinets and a dishwasher on an empty wall. The wall is across the room from the sink and had nothing to install a dishwasher. I have a raised house and have easy acces to below the floor. My dishwasher is on a wall...
  11. Plumbing
    Good morning everyone... moving onto the "rebuilding" (:thumbup:) stage of a bathroom remodel and shortly will be installing a new vanity top and sink/faucet. The old supply lines from the shutoff valve to the faucet were the rigid kind. I left them in there during demo just because I wasn't...
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