no, not my house. i do have an rur98i in my attic though. we can do that kinda sh1t in fl. Whats most confusing about that tankless to me is that A, provided there is enough make up air in whatever dungeon that thing is installed in, it could, well, i mean it could possibly work just fine, and 2, the coupling on the exhaust port, i dont understand how they installed that that way with out some serious modifications to the exhaust port. Either way its a hack job. probably been that way for years, no trouble codes, probably called some shmuck to service it and it was a nice surprise. A friend of mine sent that to me, someone sent to him, orgin unknown.That might be at his house. The cobblers kids go without shoes type deal 🤪
And what part of the country is “cobbler” known in? As of 42yrs on this planet I’ve never heard it before.OMG, I hope you are kidding. A cobbler is kind of like a tinker, or a TV repairman.
But why do their kids have no shoes? I mean kids need shoes. That sh!t ain’t right.Man you're missing out if you've never had a good peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream.
Why do you guys dope the threads on your trap assemblies? you know its absolutely useless and does nothing at all.I once saw a pop-up rod replaced with a torch head View attachment 135047
My PM at our large job does that. drives me crazy. doesnt leak though. ill give him that. They're installing a lot of 4-2" ball valves, some stainless, brass, pvc. Really like the Banjo brand pvc threaded valves. they turn like butter.Some heroes use pipe dope then tape then more dope.
i put it on the top side of the rubber where it meets the sink.You forgot dope on pop up assemblies. I didn’t say I put Teflon tape on everything.
You’re suppose to use wax dumbasss. What is with that guy? Send himGot a cracked diaphragm cover and no replacement? Just putty it!
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Sad part is I think one of our techs did this in desperate attempt to get it to stop leaking. Supply house is 5 mins down the road...
No, No it didnt. they just bought the house a few months ago. That screams DIY. I've seen a lot of handyman work, and that is far beyond.Why you try to hurt my feeling ? It lasted over a year.
not the big fish i go after but we'll take it to keep the help busy.Settle down Rocky, thats gravy work. I love it
Damn. Don’t cut the stub out and re do the trap adapter. Who’s got time for that?
I concur. I always worry about one coming off driving down the highway and bouncing off the road and busting someone’s windshield.We call them thread protectors and the 21'ers have them on one end too.
I dont see anything at all on that replacement cut off valve. Even on the flared fitting FTW. Load em them tools boys, cause we is outta here...............A bit wild with the teflon View attachment 135671
well it’s holdin strong. Circle K. I think they do all their repairs in house. Talented individuals.It takes talent to do work like that and get paid without having to warranty any of it.
One of the few advantages of being a crackhead.
Just dropping pearls of wisdom on you straight from Terrys code book.
You can find that in section 420 of Terrys Plumbing code book.