you have an open neutral.
it all depends on how the ell was anchored and the type of pipe that was used. that's why i asked what was on the other side.if it's a closet you ...
they deleted that post from this morning and i didn't have time to finish reading it.i should have printed it.do you still have a copy?can you send...
if it's a single handle it could be the limit on the shower valve is out too far not allowing enough hot to be mixed with the cold. put in anoth...
if the bowl was filled to the brim then the blockage would have to be before the joint where shower ties in. correct? but i know what you're try...
if the toilet outflow pipe was reduced somewhere along the line to 1 1/2 you would have more than a slow flush.you would be having problems BIG TIME.
just by looking at the valve and comparing it to mine which are steam. thanks once again for another great tip. larry
usually the stem will screw out with a socket. i have a set of plumbers sockets and i have also used a regular socket and turn it with pliers beca...
you should be able to get it out depending on how much give the pipes have in the direction away from the radiator. if not then you would have to ...
loosen those union nuts all the way and move them back out of the way. then if you can't get the radiator out then turn the whole valve counterc...
if it stops when you turn the water off then it sounds like the fill valve is not closing off completly. is it a fluidmaster?
the first thing that came to mind was that jobidoobie that fluidmaster makes that you glue somehow to the top of the flush valve.