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Last Activity:06-25-2011 5:13 PM
Posted in thread: Water Heater Auto Shut Off Valve on 06-25-2011 at 04:10 PM
:agree:I guess I am just stuck in the fact that I have installed so many darn leak-guardians
and have had so many go off over the years WHILE PEOPLE WERE AROUND that I haven't really
looked at the pow...
Posted in thread: Large Flathead Screw on Bottom of Tub Faucet? on 06-25-2011 at 03:57 PM
Hi all,Amazing, huh! It sounds like the landlord doesn't care that water is being wasted. That
surprises me at the costs of water and sewer nowadays!ThanhN, you are not responsible to repair
Posted in thread: fitting a bib tap properly on 06-25-2011 at 03:23 PM
Hi CB,Installing the tap at an angle will have very little to do with damaging the washer
inside (at least in the short term here) so I don't think that is an issue here.Lining the tap
up properly, we...
Posted in thread: Rusted chip in tub on 06-25-2011 at 03:18 PM
Hi guys...I know this is probably too late, but I would use the naval jelly, clean that up real
good and then I would take a dremel tool (or similar) with a small conical sanding head on it
and I'd ro...
Posted in thread: Problems with main valve to toilet on 06-25-2011 at 03:03 PM
Hi AzMiranda,As Kok328 said, something's wrong with the valve and you'll need to shut off the
water and disassemble the valve to see what went wrong. I am providing you a picture of the
inside of thes...
Posted in thread: Water Heater Auto Shut Off Valve on 06-25-2011 at 02:45 PM
Hi Mcf57I'm a huge fan of the automatic water shutoffs...:)However, I wouldn't recommend the
WAGS valve...strictly a one time use device. Here, when the water heater fails, the WAGS valve
will shut of...