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I had a similar problem -- I put in two tile showers, and I didn't want water to leak down behind the trim ring or even have steam from the shower get inside the wall. Considering how much labor we expend to prevent water from getting into the floor or walls of a tiled shower, it didn't make sense to me to leave a 6" diameter hole under the trim ring or one ...


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I did this a while ago in my shower. I can't remember exactly, but that stem sticking out is part of a bigger cylinder/canister that fits inside of the big pipe. When I did it I worked the whole canister out of the pipe (it was stuck in there pretty good), took a look at it and played with it until I got the right rotation. Like Daniel suggests, you want to ...


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For the LDR 530 2165TL LED Faucet Aerator they explain that it: Runs entirely on the water stream pressure from your faucet - no batteries required On another LED Light Water Faucet they show the impeller: And here they explain: There is a small dynamo with impeller inside the faucet. When you turn on the faucet, the impeller will start to move ...


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That's definitely a Moen. It has a "pull out dial" handle or (more specifically) Moen 96797 Chateau One-Handle Tub and Shower Knob; and I think the cartridge is 1225B. Here's a video about replacing the cartridge (it shows exactly the save valve) and in the beginning you can see the tear drop shaped handle.


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Wayfaring Stranger has the right of it. Citric acid is far better at dissolving the calcium-magnesium-soap scum mix than vinegar. Here in Dallas we have the worst limescale/soap scum buildup I've experienced. Having tried CLR, vinegar, and several other remedies, I was not prepared for how effective, easy, and odorless citric acid could be. My suggestion ...



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