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Old 11-27-2019, 07:28 PM   #1511
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Old 11-28-2019, 09:34 PM   #1512
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I think I posted this one before but anyways...

And some bonus pictures in recent customer's houses.

Ring bell for toilet paper...and No fishing.
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Old 11-29-2019, 09:21 AM   #1513
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Poor man's water heater...


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I’ve cleaned this line a bunch of times and has always been a pain in the rear. Well, got the call to clean it again today. This time they actually took my advice and kept up on changing out the cement trap! After the trap was like new, but the continuous waste was packed full! Love it when it’s a five minute job!

Figured I’d post the picture this thread. I’m not sure if this is the right way to separate or not, but it makes for one slow draining trap! Surprisingly it doesn’t leak where the rubber hose is shoved into the marvel!
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Amzon's special bankruptcy shower column... I refused to install his 3 junk faucets and he's going to buy local ones instead. He insisted on keeping the shower column, I'll hand him the wrenches and he can connect it...

Height...height and more height. I'll let you guys read the "INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE" It's hilarious!
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Second job this afternoon. I didn't get to fix the drain or install arrestors. She had a brand new Mercedes in the driveway....

Then she asks is it because I don't have arrestors that the valve in the washing machine broke? She still didn't want them. It's cheaper to buy a 2000$ singing washing machine than 100$ of protection... Yep.

Here's a bonus picture while I was at the big box...Rita..the Run Fine brand, now that's a Winner! Rita get me a beer and flush the toilet!
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Amzon's special bankruptcy shower column... I refused to install his 3 junk faucets and he's going to buy local ones instead. He insisted on keeping the shower column, I'll hand him the wrenches and he can connect it...

Height...height and more height. I'll let you guys read the "INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE" It's hilarious!
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Step 2) Yep clean those dirty magazines!
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Found during a home inspection. Looks like half a spool of solder on the joints. The cold water was going into the hot side of the heater. The gas pipes were loose enough I could have removed them by hand. Etc, etc.
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I’ve cleaned this line a bunch of times and has always been a pain in the rear. Well, got the call to clean it again today. This time they actually took my advice and kept up on changing out the cement trap! After the trap was like new, but the continuous waste was packed full! Love it when it’s a five minute job!

Figured I’d post the picture this thread. I’m not sure if this is the right way to separate or not, but it makes for one slow draining trap! Surprisingly it doesn’t leak where the rubber hose is shoved into the marvel!
Talked with my Master about it today. A hack company built it, but he’s the one who’s been fixing all their FUs. Apparently the sink and drain was approved as is by the health department code which trumps plumbing code here...
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