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Old 06-04-2019, 07:27 PM   #1131
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I get that it's a in a lav sink but it looks like a kitchen tap being that high and all
I repeat It's a lav faucet. It's just shorter. they could of used a plate that usualy comes in the box instead on hole covers.
Lol.. okay okay Tango... I was just stating what was going through my brain.. yes I noticed the cover plate isn't there...

Maybe they used it on a job previously or couldn't figure out what it was for.. next time I'm at the Tim hortons in the forbidden zone I'll take pics if thier setup for flush valves..

They kept ripping toilet off floor and I'm pretty sure they concreted it in lol
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Old 06-05-2019, 05:49 PM   #1132
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I repeat It's a lav faucet. It's just shorter. they could of used a plate that usualy comes in the box instead on hole covers.



Lolz, didn't notice that before, I was wondering why you posted that pic.






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Old 06-08-2019, 07:15 AM   #1133
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Got a call from a guy that wants to retrim both of his bathrooms replace his toilets and his water heater. No big deal until I got to the guest bath. I took off the trim for the lower shoe of the tub waste and it dropped like 2" and the overflow plate did not move at all.

I go take off the overflow plate and the weirdest thing : It had like a sponge glued to the back of it, and it was completely soaked with water. Anyway I pull that thing and put my hands on the upper shoe to see if i can get movement in the lower shoe and it came right off the damn pipe. Bad news because the drain end of this tub is up against the back wall of the other tub and it's a slab house.

So I took a little time to try and work some magic and to my own surprise i was actually able to get the @$^@#$ thing glued through the overflow hole and put back onto the pipe. By that time I had screwed the lower shoe trim in to stabilize the overflow so i could get it glued. When I unscrewed the lower shoe trim to actually putty it, the lower shoe fitting fell off under the tub.

Last ditch effort to save the tub was to cut a hole in the pantry which is on the back wall of the tub in question and pray that there's some way I can reach from there. Lo and behold, the block out they made for both tub drains was about 2' x 4' and they never filled it back in(which means one corner of both tubs is floating in the air by about 2'. I had about a 12" hole between two studs and I was able to get it back together only because of the massive hole under the tub, but this is illustrating my frustration with this county. How do you not find that? Don't they require to fill and test the tub when they get top out inspection? If so, that would have probably blown apart and flooded the place.

I've received a call from someone wanting me to reinspect what the inspector looked at on a remodel because they believe he didn't even come to look at it.

These are newer homes and apparently the guy who built them all doesn't live in the states anymore.

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Got a call from a guy that wants to retrim both of his bathrooms replace his toilets and his water heater. No big deal until I got to the guest bath.
I know I'm a repeating myself but where are the pictures!
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This is a WIN.

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You go to clean your hands then use this super novelty to dry your hand with poopy laden air. Nitwit put the dirty brush on the fan.

Either that are they were designed as handle bars when you are drunk.

Guess where I took these pics. A the store called Winners!
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Yep, hillbilly design co. were at it again.


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Yep, hillbilly design co. were at it again.


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Very industrial design.... diy style....
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