This is my first time! So please bear with me.
I have an old home (50 yrs). In my basement I have a bathroom which consists of only a toilet and shower stall. The faucets in the shower are very old. The shower doesn't work. I also have my washer hooked up to this "stuff".
My son's friend, Pat, has some plumbing experience and thought he could redo my shower stuff. We went to Home Depot and he found the shower stuff but couldn't find what he thinks he needs for the washer hook up. Does this make sense? What I was thinking - install the shower nozzle, and the piping for the hot and cold - tap into them and just put nozzles for my washer hook up. That is what is there currently. I can take a picture of what is there now if that would help. I think Pat is just not sure of himself and needs a little push.
Can anyone help me?
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