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  1. Plumbing
    Here is what I took off the wall: And here is what the pipe on the wall looks like, it is 2.5" long, non threaded: I would like to get a brushed nickel replacement but what I saw in home depot all needed adapters and such. I messed around with this one model, which needed an adapter...
  2. Plumbing
    Hello, I am remodeling my bathroom. First time for me. I have a hair-brained idea for a wall of water and I'd be interested to know if it is possible or perhaps lunacy. What I want to do is to have two standard Delta rough in valves fed by separate hot/cold supply lines so I'll have...
  3. Plumbing
    A couple of years ago a plumber spoon fed me while I put the waste side in my new construction. He held my hand on the supply side and signed off on our pressure test. Time passed and I finally got the floor and shower tiled. I got the (Moen) trim kit installed fine until I went to slip the...
  4. Plumbing
    i was wondering why it is recommended to use a brass nipple for a tub diverter stubout, which goes out of a dropped L, which costs something like $9 at my HD for 3" length, vs just a regular galvanized nipple for maybe $1.50. there should be a reason, no?
  5. Plumbing
    I am attempting to remove an old Standadyne spout. This spout is hollow through the majority of its length and appears to be connected at the end. I cannot see or feel a set screw so I assumed it is a screw on spout. I was able to break the spout loose, but it does not screw off after many...
  6. Plumbing
    hi, i think my shower diverter is broken. it is on top of the tub spout/facuet. what will happen is when i pull the diverter up to put it on shower mode half of it will be on shower and half of it will be on bath. i think i need to replace it but i dont know how for the only way it seems i would...
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