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Old 12-18-2019, 11:00 PM   #21
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Oh and that has one of those touch faucets on it too.. those are such pieces of junk.. thing is 99.9 percent plastic an the sensor goes after like 2 years and they are super expensive.
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Old 12-19-2019, 05:38 PM   #22
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Can we add banning urninals too that list too ??!! Man im sick of urnial calls past 2 weeks. Dumbest fixture...just piss in a toilet

I'm all for it.. I hate ur anals.. they are heavy as hell most of them.. they stink to high heaven... if not properly roughed in can be a pain in the arse to seal.. every time you touch them you end up changing flush valve parts and spuds..

When you go to a supplier and ask for a brimer kit alot of them look at you like and alien.

The smaller integral traps a pea can plug it... i dont even use a urinal auger any more just take it off..

Also urinals are double if not triple the price of a toilet..

If it's a crane urinal that needs to be replaced your smashing out wall and replacing flange to get another brand urinal on there..

May I go on lol.. i just hate calls at a school that's like pull and reseal all urinals takes forever when your doing a bank of 6 or more..

External trap urinals are the best by far way easier to work on.. oh I forgot... rear mounted spud urinals 2 man job... the ones with push buttons on wall.. toto or sloan or whatever drive me nuts.. gotta hold it there while other guy takes off the nut arggg..
You forgot the " digging heroin needles an dope bags out of urinal trapways...my fav part
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Yes we do call them garberator.. that was a trade name at one time If I'm not mistaken.. just like you call it a fernco well fernco isn't actually called a fernco it's called a rubber flexible coupling..

I like garberator better than garbage disposal considering the latter Implies you can put garbage down your sewer with this fan dangled apparatus..

Personally I hate them all with a passion and should be banned as they cause way too many problems when people dump excessive food waste down the sewer... spending more time and effort trying to plow leftovers down the drain the opening a green bin and dumping it in there or walking over to the compost pile
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Can we add banning urninals too that list too ??!! Man im sick of urnial calls past 2 weeks. Dumbest fixture...just piss in a toilet
When I used to clear drains, Urinals were the worst. ESP w/o a C/O.
You get that “white wet chalk” smell all over you and your tools.
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