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Old 06-14-2019, 06:10 PM   #1141
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Old 06-14-2019, 06:49 PM   #1142
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Looks like PVC with yellow abs glue? Can't see what the pipe below is. Is PVC allowed for the T/P since what they sell is flimsy plastic tube. And a little SB fitting in the background?
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Old 06-14-2019, 08:19 PM   #1143
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Looks like PVC with yellow abs glue? Can't see what the pipe below is. Is PVC allowed for the T/P since what they sell is flimsy plastic tube. And a little SB fitting in the background?
It's CPVC glued with Flowguard Gold CPVC cement (glue) and the pipe below is copper
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Old 06-15-2019, 11:03 PM   #1144
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Yep, hillbilly design co. were at it again.


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I can't stand that mirror but the idea for the faucet is pretty cool. I don't like the end of the spout which I assume is small to limit flow to pass inspection and I would use different/nicer/older valves but still I think it's a cool idea. Probably would have used galvanized hangers instead of the enamel ones too.








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Old 06-15-2019, 11:06 PM   #1145
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It's CPVC glued with Flowguard Gold CPVC cement (glue) and the pipe below is copper

Where I am most if not all hot water heaters have copper for the first few feet so the t&p's are also almost always discharged in copper if for no other reason than when you get a late night service call you have some extra pipe handy!!



I have heard more than a couple stories of guys stealing pipe off the t&p lolz






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A friend of mine sent me this one right now.
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Old 06-17-2019, 09:02 PM   #1147
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A friend of mine sent me this one right now.
WTF? It's not a trap seal primer using gray water full of hair and gunk?
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Fixing Mr. Kijiji handyhacks work, shower pan was sinking through the floor 1 year old.
Second pic is the kitchen sink drain roughed in like a back vent.
Cheap homeowners get to pay twice when they think there getting a kijiji deal.
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I just got to a call and saw this. It was too good not to put it on here. (Complaint of a bad smell coming from kitchen) hahahaha
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Fixing Mr. Kijiji handyhacks work, shower pan was sinking through the floor 1 year old.
Second pic is the kitchen sink drain roughed in like a back vent.
Cheap homeowners get to pay twice when they think there getting a kijiji deal.
What is kijiji?
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