1/4-inch to 1/2-inch per 10 feet at the very most.
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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...
Sometimes you can clean,but they are less than 10 dollars.If it's a fluidmaster brand they come apart pretty easily to clean.
Make sure the filter(s) are changed first of all. Then call for service if it still doesn't operate properly. Could be a dirty or defective flame s...
Check for sediment that broke loose when you shut the water off, in the faucet aerator and the toilet fill valve.
Look closely at the new combo switch. You'll see one side is ganged together. This is the side the incoming hot wire connects to. The other side of...
Sometimes there may be a couple tabs on the lens that hold it in place. Try applying light pressure on the lens pushing the outside of it (in diffe...
I've had them chirp for about a few minutes after installing a new battery. Try waiting 10 minutes if not(and you're sure the battery is good and p...
"The guy at the store sold me 12-3 wire," He sold you the wrong wire #1 but it will work, but what kind(rating) of breaker are you connecting to?
I would go with A. That problem is common in your area due to the clay in your soil. They need to waterproof the wall also while they have it excav...
The motor could be overheating and kicking in and out on overload.