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Those are simple "slip-joint" connections. Judging from the angle of the lower pipe assembly (the tee, and trap parts) it appears that you may have a loose connection downstream at the wall as well, or it would not have swiveled down and away like the picture shows. You can fix this yourself. Unscrew the nut at the top of the tee, there will be a plastic ...


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The float is likely not adjustable. However, the diswasher has leveling feet and an excellent first step is to use them. Then clean the float area.


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The float is normally a fixed height. I would recommend that you carefully disassemble and inspect/clean the float assembly. If debris or mineral deposits are hindering free movement of the float it could be allowing the dishwasher to overfill, causing a leak at the lower door seal. Also inspect the condition of the door seal itself, crusty and damaged door ...


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Unfortunately, your real problem here actually isn't that you have cracks in the cement; it's that your cement has developed several cracks in 2 days. They are a symptom indicating that the cement is weak (typically because it was not mixed correctly; most often, it's too wet). Nothing you do to repair the cracks will fix that weakness. The right thing to ...


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Your external list is pretty good, what's missing is an internal list: water shut off valves(stem leaks) Connections between stop valves and mixing valve Stem leaks on mixing valve Shower arm and tub outlet extension: leaks at elbow inside wall It is unusual for these sources to end up on the floor, outside the tub, unless your bath is over a slab. ...


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Just resealing everything is a bad idea because you might, for example, just trap the leaking water somewhere you can't see it. The water will still leak and cause damage or mold. You really need to find out where the water is coming from. Turn on the shower and sit outside of it to find the leak.


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Cant hurt the heater at all and no need to shut gas or electricity off to the HWS either as it's always full and only delivers you hot water by way of you opening hot tap and cold water entering bottom of tank forcing hot out. While you have hot water turned off why dont you replace the shower washer too? You can find out how simple to do on utube.



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