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Old 08-06-2018, 10:20 PM   #31
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ill just add or it should have been first..safety...I dont want to get flooded and electrocuted if a ton of water unexpectedly hits me, nor if im opening a gas line I want gas flowing out and going boom...like I said before I personally want eyes on the valve and a hand..
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Old 08-07-2018, 02:27 AM   #32
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“Don’t worry, I already shut the water off....”
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Ok found it...Maybe these will work for everyone.


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There should be a set of valves in the ceiling, wall, etc. to shut off areas without interfering with the whole building. Most codes require it.

Look for obvious panels.


question is, is it really readily accessible if you have to open 99 of them to find the one? Or should the right panel be labeled? Ive seen the plumber or electrician put label maker notes on critical panels in medical buildings


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they just need a bigger floor drain in that bathroom....
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they just need a bigger floor drain in that bathroom....
I mean... why even spend the money on the porcelain at that point, right?

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Hahahahaha that’s awesome!!

I got a call for one of my Tim Horton locations (Yonge/Finch) a few years back, around 1am. Apparently someone had tried to remove/steal the flushometer from the woman’s washroom, but she/they didn’t shut the valve before she/they tried to unthread the nut! Of course nobody knew enough to shut off the main, When I got there 30 mons later, was water flowing out of the front doors!
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Wow, awesome! I could put that on my leak page on the website!
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