Does anyone have any suggestions for removing a "stuck" closet auger?
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I'm in the process of moving into a house, and in my bathroom there I have hot water, but no cold (hot water comes from both lines), I turn on the ...
We have a black toilet bowl in one of our bathrooms. Recently, the seat cover broke. However, the seat on this model is unusual in shape (it is re...
I have a 1/2 bath in my basement and want to add a standup shower. Is there a simple pump I can purchase to push the water to the main drain rather...
My grandmother lives on the gulf coast and she has an artesian well. When the gulf was hit by Katrina, the pump was emmersed in salt water and we ...
Hi. I'm trying to get a dual sprinkler system going off of one of my spickets, but tonight when I hooked it up, and had both lines working at the s...
I recently returned home to find water running from a first floor toilet tank into a finished basement. I immediately turned the water off to th...
I am in the process of renovating the pantry in my CIRCA 1860 home. While tearing out the deteriorated plaster and lath, I exposed the plumbing f...
I'm trying to find an 18 gauge, stainless steel sink, at least 9" deep, 25 x 22, The problem I'm having is finding one that comes without the ...
I had a plumber come over and he thinks that the main cast iron septic pipe may have a leak somewhere. The places where I smell the septic center...
I have an old Youngstown Kitchen sink. The faucet has started to leak and the water runs down the inside of the cabinet. How can I replace the fauc...
Help. Yesterday my well pump would not shut off. I noticed the pressure gage would not go above 20 PSI. I shut off the pump so it would not run all...
Sorry if this is not the right forum for my questions. I don't see any kitchen-related forums here and this is the closet to it that I could find. ...
I have aleaking outdoor spicket and need to replace it, but do not knw where to start.
Can anyone tell me if air admittance valves are permissible for secondary venting under the current version of the Uniform Plumbing Code published ...
Hello hello. I just had marble floors installed in two bathrooms, and the marble floor now sits about 1/4 inch, or a bit less, above the top of ...
when removing old plumbing, do you turn the connections clockwise or counterclockwise?