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Old 03-21-2017, 07:52 AM   #21
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Performing a lot of sink repairs lately.
Not complaining!
Got to use our pvc extractor
on the 2 by 1.5 bushing. Acted like a slip coupling. Tested-
sink was stupid slow. I filled that sob to the rim. Backed up 10mins. Not one drop. Industrial blue rector seal on rubber slip joint washers.
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Old 03-21-2017, 07:54 AM   #22
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I know the jumbled mess looks fun with the duct tape and all, but the pex lines running straight into the gas water heater are my favorite. I was working on a boiler next to it and had to snap a shot of it.
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LOL. That is so great. I want to see how the water lines are connected.
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Taken from a flip. Main was backed up due to roots and Kleenex. All plumbing was done by the previous owner. I highly suggested to have it replaced before putting it on the market.
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Taken from a flip. Main was backed up due to roots and Kleenex. All plumbing was done by the previous owner. I highly suggested to have it replaced before putting it on the market.
What's up with that u-turn drain?
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What's up with that u-turn drain?
That's the laundry line where the back up occurred. I didn't take the time to really look at it well, but one side was higher than the other, like they had two washers? Here's the kicker.... The main backed up from there, the first floor. Main line laid on the floor from the back of the house to where my pvc clean out was; 15' from the front. Just before my clean out there was a 3x2 tee on it's back, went into an 1-1/2 pressure tee that was bushed to 3/4 and capped with some sort of garden hose contraption to cap that and up to a trapped deep sink. I can't explain it. The main backed up out of the second highest non checked fixture.
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I have no clue why the pictures flipped... first time this site has done that to me.
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I have no clue why the pictures flipped... first time this site has done that to me.
If you take the picture with your phone vertical it auto rotates to horizontal when you post it. I think that's the glitch.
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