Christopher Sparks

02:34AM | 02/17/02
Member Since: 08/09/01
29 lifetime posts
Is it true that the water does not need to be tempered with a mixing valve if the tubing is placed under the subfloor? (e.i. in the ceiling joists of an unfinished basment)


05:01AM | 02/19/02
Member Since: 12/19/01
29 lifetime posts
Hey Harold, I noticed your post about the Forum changing earlier. I notice you dropped off the "fix-it forum" right around the time they redid the server. The guys were all trying to find you, but no luck. Thought maybe you lost the old forum, as I had a heck of a time finding it. I link in at this address:

Just some FYI incase you couldn't find it either!


[This message has been edited by sebring95 (edited February 19, 2002).]

Christopher Sparks

10:35AM | 02/19/02
Member Since: 08/09/01
29 lifetime posts
Okay .... what does this have to do with my question?

You both have email posted, why not just click on the "envelope" rather then including me in this little chat?

Christopher Sparks

02:37PM | 02/19/02
Member Since: 08/09/01
29 lifetime posts
I'm an Electrician - I don't drink


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