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Old 11-06-2019, 08:41 AM   #1471
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Old 11-06-2019, 09:02 AM   #1472
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Today...A whole to new way to plumb to the fire code... That was from the original kids who built the condos. Once again boss too cheap to use fire approved silicone so they used putty. Stupid idiots.

Then the trap arm higher than the drains...


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Did you put those basket strainers in? If yes how do you like the plastic ones ... if no let's hear your criticism about them
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Old 11-08-2019, 10:19 PM   #1475
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Did you put those basket strainers in? If yes how do you like the plastic ones ... if no let's hear your criticism about them
They were already there but yes I've installed many and they are my favorite. So damn easy to install, no call back on them yet. I also love the fact the diy install them because they leak, they didn't do them properly and it's easy money for me.

Problem is they won't rot out in 15 years...
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They were already there but yes I've installed many and they are my favorite. So damn easy to install, no call back on them yet. I also love the fact the diy install them because they leak, they didn't do them properly and it's easy money for me.

Problem is they won't rot out in 15 years...






Personally I don't like those plastic basket strainers because they seem cheap but I also can't recall having much if any issues with them. They fit thick sinks so we often use them on shaw porcelain sinks which a lot of people around here have. Yuppies.


I am sure tango has good success with them and you will too. But I am happy sticking with my WB deluxe sink baskets thank you very much. Or when I need to screw a female adapter on I use keeney brass select sink baskets.












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Non sure if the relief valve was defective but the thermostat was askew. I wonder how much water was lost and the cost of waste. The discharge was going into the wall.


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Low hot water flow at all fixtures. I pulled off the water heater flex line expecting to see the nipple corroded blocking flow. Turns out the rock solid sediment was growing in the flex line.
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Low hot water flow at all fixtures. I pulled off the water heater flex line expecting to see the nipple corroded blocking flow. Turns out the rock solid sediment was growing in the flex line.
It’s 70f in SoCal, not dealing with facies and you’re wearing gloves. I’ve heard of the diseases running rampant because of the homeless...
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