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A Google search for "ansi A108.5.2.4" (no quotes) finds a PDF as the first hit containing:


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Take a look here . I know it is not your county but it may close.


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Nominal pipe size is for the hole on the inside of the pipe, and that is still subject to "nominal" A pipe which is 1-1/2 inches (actually 1.557) on the outside is a 1-1/4" pipe. A 1-1/2 inch pipe is 1.796 inches OD. Here's a handy and very detailed chart/diagram You have been asking for the wrong part, and have been sent the part you asked for, twice.


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In my admittedly non-plumber experience, you're being sent the correct item, you simply don't have the correct adapter. You need to get a 1.5" slip to 1.5" FPT adapter - they should be commonly available at your local big-box home improvement retailer in the plumbing section. The slip side goes on the source pipe - you can ask the store personnel about how ...


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The temperature needs to be high enough to kill Legionella and low enough to avoid causing scalding injuries. In my experience, this is a negative space. To kill Legionella, the water needs to be above 60C. Check your local laws, they vary from country to country and sometimes within countries. UK: Hot water storage cylinders (calorifiers) should ...


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If you loosen the screw that holds the handle to the top of the actuator, you can push down on the screw and it will (should) disengage the gear drive in the actuator. That will allow you to move the valve. If the actuator is actually bad, any actuator made for operating Jandy valves can be used... You may have a power issue as well, no power and the valve ...


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Green is most likely algae, but it could be metals. You have to get your water tested for metals and phosphates (most pool stores will do this for free if you bring in a water sample), and then get rid of any measurable amounts using products designed for the purpose. Cloudiness is also consistent with both of those problems, but could be independent: If ...


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From what you have described, I see no reason why you would not have adequate space in your sub panel. As far as wiring, you are correct in that you will have two hots (L1, L2), a ground, and no neutral. Without seeing the spec sheet for exact numbers, I can only suggest that you take the conservative approach and wire using a double-pole 30A breaker with ...



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