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These water valves are operated by handles. A valve is a device that regulates, directs or controls the flow of a fluid (gases, liquids, fluidized solids, or slurries) by opening, closing, or partially obstructing various passageways. Valves are tech
Jodi Carson: This is the information that I needed, thank you for posting it!! Only had to make 3 cuts and after getting out those 2 pieces, the rest came out with a few more hits to the top of them. And this was only after watching 2 min of your vid
Grit paper is a type of rough paper used for woodworking, metal working, or other work on different materials. More commonly known as sandpaper, grit paper comes in several gradations known as grits; a fine grit sandpaper will remove less material fr
I removed the light fixture in the downstairs bathroom that the water was dripping through and discovered a patch of mold. It's only the size of the fixture (about a foot in diameter) and aside from the visible mold there doesn't appear to be signifi
The water and electrical connections are underneath the dishwasher, behind a lower front panel that you have to unscrew (Photo 1). Always test with a voltage detector to make sure the power is off. When you remove the electrical line from the box, le
DEAR TIM: We have a horrible odor coming from the shower drain in our acrylic shower. Five different plumbers have not been able to solve the problem. The first and fourth plumbers said nothing could be done, the second and third plumbers thought the
Main water pressure is controlled at the municipal or water company pumping station. It is usually set between 150 and 200 pounds.
“I’ve got a question about rattling pipes. About 2 months ago, I noticed that when I turned on the faucet, a pipe somewhere in the walls of the house shook and made a pretty loud roaring sound that was strong enough to be felt in vibrations. It only
As far as I am aware, my bathroom uses mains water pressure direct from the street, which goes through a gas boiler in my flat, although I do not know the water pressure. What I am concerned about, is whether these two showers mentioned will allow fo
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