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If it were me, I'd install a new sanitary tee in the main drain, just above the existing sanitary tee. I'd have the standpipe for the washer come down into a P-trap, and connect the other end to the new tee. However, you'll have to make sure the stan
CO-EXTRUDED VINYL RESIN NON-TOXIC IMPACT-RESISTANT - UV-RESISTANT - RIGID PROBATH 20 & 15 are Rigid/Soft co-extruded hygienic concave square connectors to apply between walls and work tops (ex. coverings). Very suitable for traditional and Whirlp
I am helping a buddy replace a filter housing, on which the lid threads have split off, in a hot tub. All of the piping is PVC. The inlet and outlet have fitting right up to the junction of the filter housing, leaving basically no place to cut the li
This tutorial demonstrates how you can easily make your own PVC elbows(sweeps), kick-bends, and couplings using your gas cook top/grill, or heat gun. This process works just fine up to 2" PVC/CPVC pipe. This can save you a trip to the store, and mone
No - PVC Primer does not need to 'dry' before use - in fact, it needs to be wet to do it's job and not impede the cement - remember, plumbers in a hurry use this daily and aren't sitting around waiting for the primer to dry before grabbing the cement
67drake wrote: I wouldn't. How do you know it is? ratkindler wrote: The pipes are chrome and when I tried to remove the p-trap nuts they basically shattered. Drake, that right there is a pretty good clue that there is a problem with what remains of t
I screwed up. I'm usually pretty good with PVC. I used the approved cleaner and primer, and Weld-On 705
By: Ben Erickson Whether it’s a priceless work of art or a collection of family photographs, it’s important that what you hang on your walls stays put. While attaching directly to studs provides the most security, they are often not located in the id
PVC Schedule-40 pipe is used to vent waste lines for toilets and drain lines for sinks and washing machines. Vents provide the necessary exchange of air so that the discard water can flow to a sewer or septic tank. When adding a second floor above a
1 Isolate where the leak is. This might require a little bit of digging, often where the water is coming out of the ground is not always the source of the leak. Once you have isolated the leak, turn off the water to that line, or area