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In this case the gasket (not band) is supposed to go above the slipnut, it does not matter how much the slipnut is actually tightened on though. It may not go up fully and if it does then the band is way overworn and needs to be replaced. Try putting the gasket back in front/above the slipnut and tightening it! If this holds the water and it doesn't leak ...


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To avoid cross-threading, spin it backwards until you feel it drop into another thread; this is where and when it's lined up. First attach it to the sink and then fight with other connection, leaving everything lose until it's all fitted together. For the fitting you have, turn this picture up-side down: (make sure the grommet is properly orientated) ...


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You should be able to find caps that just pop on, or in the pipe. Or you could get a test plug, if you really want.


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In a crawlspace at the footer, how did deeper how much gravel into should be at the base of the footer for French drain pipe system I'd like to use a perforated solid type with the holes perforated top and bottom ,after drilling allowing weep holes a chance to flow into the top and ground war it comes to the bottom and flow into a sump pit


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The system in our new house is setup so that in the winter the condensate from the heater drains through the washing machine drain.


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I just had this very issue happen to me. It's been a cold few weeks and the drain going to the outside of the house must have started backing up slowly. The drain pan ended up freezing with a top layer of ice and then water spilled into the ceiling. Anyway, the answer to your heat cable issue for the drain pipe is the "easy heat freeze cable". You will ...


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One easy solution is to rent a grinder, and a diamond blade, and cut (from the top) channels into the slab (where your drill holes are positioned). then you can insert your runoff pipes and then fill the holes with fresh cement. Unfortunately, I don't see any practical way to drill at the angles which you propose, you will have to remove paving and ...



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