Those chrome plated tubes with the toilet fitting end are better because the flexible type rely on a rubber tube within that could burst at any tim...
I don't know exactly what kind of unit you have so I can't say for sure but it seems to me it could be set up to work like an evaporative cooler.
An a/c does 2 things. It lowers the temp and also removes humidity. Moist air feels warmer than dry air at the same temperature. As far as your ori...
I like Delta. They give a great value without spending megabucks for the unit. The seats and springs are readily available, cheap enough to keep a ...
Sorry I'm not Dan but, http://www.rangeairfilters.com/productinfo.aspx?productid=WB2X9760
There's a you tube video that shows you what I trying to say.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D80qbzvb9hc
You're going to remove that line anyway and use the lines that come with the filter.
I usually use braided stainless steel or nylon flexible supply lines for that. It's a good compromise of reliability and ease of use. It's good and...
Most and least reliable: Of your front loading the models with the fewest repairs were LG and Samsung (7%) followed by Kenmore 10, Whirlpool 11 Ma...
Hi Ken, I came across this it's basically the same deal. Hope this helps you out.http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/detail.aspx?id=4584
Take it back and get a 10" WC. That should have been the first thing you measured.
You can wait as long as you want to look at it but if another piece is loose the next wind will pull it of. It's not hard to repair usually I use a...
It's possible amongst other things. Start with calling the company that furnishes your power. How long has this been going on?
It's possible amongst other things. Start with calling the company that furnishes your power.
The tailpiece (from sink to top of trap) should be less than 24". If longer then the flow of water might cause the trap to empty out because of the...
We need more information regarding the type of system you have. Steam? Hot water? One pipe? Two pipe? Gravity? Forced flow? Follow me?
" If I turn the water off with the shutoff valve and turn it back on, it fills up normally again but only that one time, it fills slowly the next t...