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I can't find anything in the IBC that prohibits exposed supply pipes in bathrooms. The only relevant sections I could locate were: 310.2 Location of fixtures and piping. Piping, fixtures or equipment shall not be located in such a manner as to interfere with the normal operation of windows, doors or other means of egress openings. ...and... ...


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On the shelf at the renovation store of your choice you should find a variety of replacement parts for faucets. Some valves open clockwise- some open counterclockwise . Some early plumbing was the style of the United Kingdom / Britain where water came in Cold and Hot - and some plumbing is simply Hot and Cold. Thus there was a need to have replacement ...


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Confirming from the fine manual it appears you're on the right track-- remove the set screw then pull. You may be able to use a faucet puller tool for slightly more leverage. If there is a buildup of mineral deposit or corrosion you may need to use a chemical to loosen the threads.



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