If both lines were clogged, then it would be the aerator. More likely the sediment has clogged the valves (faucet and supply). You need to remove t...
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Remove the shower head and see if you get water, if so it's the head, if not, then you probably have a clog (removing the head may clear a clog). A...
Your temp is set too high or (more likely) the lower therm (and possibly element) has gone bad.
Hi Neal,Check out the Plumbing, the one about a septic for a cabin.Bob
Hubby may be correct. The only way to determine drain leaks is to look for water or stains at the base of the wall, discolored vinyl, wet spots or ...
I'm not a real fan of compression fittings at the hw tank, but if you've never sweated lines, don't know anybody who has and aren't going to have i...
HW tanks are relatively easy installation. Yes, definately put a pan under it, use teflon tapes on the threads, there should be only threaded conn...
SPB,We've had the Neptune almost two years now. Best appliance investment we've made. Will never buy a top loader again. I disagree with DanO, a 20...
Normally, you just need to open all the spigots, shower controls, etc and flush the lines.Bob
Check your supply valves, sometimes the washers stick. Check the aerator.
In some states, any alterations, replacements of septics must be engineered. I would go ahead and have an engineer do a plan.Bob
Did you notice if the water was hotter than normal when it pops? Replace the lower thermostat.Bob
If you're under warranty, get the plumber to fix it. You're looking at living with a mess now versus a mess later with you paying.
What type of floor furnace? Have you checked the furnace filters? What is the air quality where she lives?The most likely cause (if it's soot) is f...
He may be correct about the damage, but usually they're inactive at this time. I would have it recchecked in the spring. Also, many folks believe ...
Check your float level. Check to be sure that the flapper is okay, an old flapper will shut to soon not allowing enough water to flush. If it feels...
Roger,Could you reference "gfci is required on all recepticles on concrete floors"? Is it local? I know of no requirement for such. The NEC require...