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If you haven’t recently replaced your shower faucet, go take a look. If you have a single-handle set up, chances are it’s a Moentrol valve – the kind where you pull it toward you to activate the water and then twist it left or right for hot or cold.
Former Valve employee Jeri Ellsworth has spoken of the company's famous flat management structure, calling out several shortcomings as part of an interview for the Grey Area podcast. Because of Valve's success and profitability, the unconventional ma
by Loophole Last Updated March 03, 2016 03:09 AM I just took apart the valve inside of my toilet to fix a crack in the floater. It's a Fluidmaster 300: When I put the thing back together and turn the water back on, no water comes out of the refill tu
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This article is to help those people whose water is supplied by the city. If your house is on a private pump or well, click here. [box type=”note”]WHEN YOU SHUT OFF YOUR MAIN WATER VALVE FOR LONG PERIODS, MAKE SURE TO TURN OFF YOUR HOT WATER HEATER
The line drains toward the top of the picture and out to the sewer. The builder installed a furnace and placed it such that it didn't cover any of these pipes: The placement of the furnace would have blocked a wall I want to put in to finish the base
Grammar exercises including all past tenses - Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect Simple, Past Simple Continuous and Present Perfect Tenses A. 1. I was seeing my first baseball game when I lived in New York
Our Bosch dish-washing machine (SGS 6902EU/07) is no longer filling in with water, displaying "F" on the led panel. Opening the side panel I see that no water is flowing in from the water mains. The dishwasher is using an Aquastop 's main water inlet
While prepping to install a new kitchen faucet, I went to shut off the water supply to the house since there were no valves under the sink. I mistakenly chose to turn the city-side (gate valve) supply off instead of the home-side (ball valve). When I
I'm not a professional plumber (though I did work on water treatment systems for several years), but in my opinion what you did is fine. Gate and globe (stop) valves are prone to corrosion and generally wear out over time. Ball valves are much more d