It's ok.(the plumbing that is) p.s. Bowl is spelled BOWL. L.O.L.
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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.
Since you know it's on it needs to be turned clockwise to close it. Maybe with a rag on the handle and support the valve with your other hand so pi...
To me it sounds as if they are both off already and the top one is missing the bleed cap. Lefty loosey righty tighty? Anyway those are called stop ...
The most likely part to fail would be the ignitor.
I would leave this to a professional. This is something that needs to be right to be safe and secure.
It's hard to see from the picture but I would say water is getting in and not draining out or away.
If the hinge still works and just doesn't hold the door closed then just install a magnetic catch on the cabinet.