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Old 07-12-2018, 12:12 AM   #521
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Only channel lock brand channel locks for me too and only rigid pipe wrenches - I have never used any other brand that was someone else’s that I liked - besides Douglass are ok and those wylde look just like them

Channel locks for the win! And Ridgid pipe wrenches and Plumbing tools(cutters, pipe thawer, drain machines, snap cutter, crimper)
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Old 07-12-2018, 10:34 AM   #522
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Basically: in accessible (handicap) washrooms, there has to be enough clearance for a person in a wheelchair to wheel up to a sink and wash their hands without smashing their legs/knees on the fixture drain or trap.
*the fitting should be rotated 180deg so it drains towards the wall.
Or burning legs/knees when running hot water, because they may have no feeling in them.
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Basically: in accessible (handicap) washrooms, there has to be enough clearance for a person in a wheelchair to wheel up to a sink and wash their hands without smashing their legs/knees on the fixture drain or trap.
*the fitting should be rotated 180deg so it drains towards the wall.
Gotcha - never seen them done like that before cause I just don’t do much commercial work and all the ones I have seen around here are just a sink with extra front-back room and drain towards the back, and then insulate all the drains and water lines under the sink
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If anyone is interested there's an interesting video today from that famous plumber. PM me if you don't know him.

Funny handy man work and the owner bought the handy snitzel a deluxe snake. Then we learn the guy just got out of jail.... hahaha

Quote of the day "Not a model citizen"
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If anyone is interested there's an interesting video today from that famous plumber. PM me if you don't know him.

Funny handy man work and the owner bought the handy snitzel a deluxe snake. Then we learn the guy just got out of jail.... hahaha

Quote of the day "Not a model citizen"
I watched that this morning.

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Old 07-26-2018, 06:01 PM   #527
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Called out for sink not draining good, customer said the handy man he hired to install disposal did the piping. Customer said it took 3 times to get it working better? with this arrangement.



I re-piped the drain & showed him this is why you call a professional to begin with........

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Old 07-26-2018, 08:40 PM   #529
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@Plumbergeek What kind of ferrules are used for the cpvc hot and cold valves?
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@Plumbergeek What kind of ferrules are used for the cpvc hot and cold valves?
The brass ferrules that come with the stops.
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