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Old 09-17-2017, 05:25 AM   #101
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Should have removed the SB and put it back on properly, though, that may be hard being that it wasn't put on right he first time, probably isn't enough slack on either side to push the pipe in the rest of the way. In any case, take it out and keep it, and then install a pex ball valve.
That's the plan to replace with Pex valve but were gonna let em pull the cabinet and counter then come back and redo the valve when all that is out of the way. There was no slack left

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Old 10-10-2017, 03:48 PM   #102
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I'm out of town finishing a little job so in the hotel room I found this beauty. Why we need to check the plumbing everywhere we go?
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I'm out of town finishing a little job so in the hotel room I found this beauty. Why we need to check the plumbing everywhere we go?
Mrs OpenSights says it's just just to annoy her. I'm glad I'm not the only one!
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Aside from the obvious fails, why do people waste materials money on a drain pan that they don't hook up? I see that quite often.
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I'm out of town finishing a little job so in the hotel room I found this beauty. Why we need to check the plumbing everywhere we go?
Technically it's a trap.
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I once saw someone on Craigslist selling five gallon buckets full of chunks of red and blue pex ranging from 1'-3' for $5. Maybe the handyman found a smoking deal like that somewhere?
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I once saw someone on Craigslist selling five gallon buckets full of chunks of red and blue pex ranging from 1'-3' for $5. Maybe the handyman found a smoking deal like that somewhere?
Or he was piping around some boxes he was too lazy to move
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Now that's to damn funny! Next time we come out to Kali we want to do two weeks at least! Too much to do. Took me the drive at night and half way between IB and Escondido to learn how to dive like an ******* again. I need to meet ya someday.
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