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This was one of two emergency calls that came in on sunday.
I can almost do these with my eyes closed.
No copper fittings were used in the making of this video...that's the beauty of that R10000 valve.
Had some wood burning....a tub/shower combo backs up to this one.
I upsold the faucet replacement on the back side of this new one, along with a PRV replacement. There's 4 figures involved in the big picture when it's all done.
Water pressure was 90+ pounds, defective PRV on the main...something the last plumber didn't check when the water heater was replaced a few months ago.
The "other" faucet will take longer, given 4 copper pipes in the equation.
Sat on my footstool the entire time working on this faucet. I had to move a large water line job to get this one done...customer (which is tomorrow) is understanding.