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Posted in thread: Toilet Closet Flange broken, unstable subfloor on 10-24-2016 at 07:02 AM
Floor is plywood with tile, no cement board.Iron pipe that does not move/give with
pressure.Photos attached. Thank YOU!
Posted in thread: Toilet Closet Flange broken, unstable subfloor on 10-19-2016 at 08:56 PM
Yes, wood floor.
Posted in thread: Toilet Closet Flange broken, unstable subfloor on 10-19-2016 at 04:24 PM
Is there an alternative to replacing the entire floor? I'm not a huge fan of the tile, but I'm
also not that interested in replacing it.What happens if I just mortar into that area and screw
Posted in thread: Toilet Closet Flange broken, unstable subfloor on 10-18-2016 at 02:23 PM
I was advised to replace my toilet and in doing so, I discovered that the area around the
flange consisted of some sort of mortar that was old and soft, so I removed it. I would like to
replace it wit...
Posted in thread: Toilet clogged, closet auger failed on 05-15-2016 at 06:18 AM
So... my 2nd floor toilet wasn't draining well for a week and over filling after flushing. But
the water was clear. Then I decided to use the plunger, which drew back poop. I then fully
inserted a clo...
Posted in thread: Bowed door sill... on 02-22-2016 at 08:03 AM
So my out of warranty 10 yr old French patio door sticks to the point that I cannot open it due
to water getting under it from the outside and causing the particle board to swell. I realize
that it sh...
Posted in thread: Ryobi TC-200 on 12-19-2015 at 10:38 PM
anyone use one? Does it make a mess?
Posted in thread: Running a new line - conduit? on 12-19-2015 at 09:15 PM
I currently have an original 2-wire asbestos insulated line carrying 120v to an outlet on the
brick facade of my 75 yr old home in Pittsburgh, Pa. I plan to run a new wire from the box to
the outlet t...
Posted in thread: Subfloor and Kitchen Countertops... on 12-12-2015 at 08:31 PM
I am the most concerned about moving the 2 'L-shaped' sections (56" x 46" and 56" x 63" with
standard 25" depth) that weigh ~180 lbs and 220 lbs, respectively. [*]Is there a trick to avoid
Posted in thread: Subfloor and Kitchen Countertops... on 12-07-2015 at 10:39 AM
You have a poor sub floor, that's why it's cracking. 1 X 6's should have had decking screws
added and the whole floor gone over with 1/2 thick subfloor rated plywood. Then 1/4" tile board
set in thin ...