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Oct
20
comment U.S. NEC on adding wires in a finished ceiling
@Tester101 - that's very helpful. Thanks.
Oct
20
accepted U.S. NEC on adding wires in a finished ceiling
Oct
20
comment U.S. NEC on adding wires in a finished ceiling
Yes, there is a very large living space (a single "great room") above. If it's built the same way as in the picture, I figure it is just joists.
Oct
20
asked U.S. NEC on adding wires in a finished ceiling
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Jul
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revised How does this 50 year old shower valve work?
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Jul
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comment How does this 50 year old shower valve work?
This is a US installation. I'd rather not have to replace it. It doesn't look broken, so I'd rather understand how it works. But the other side of the wall is accessible in a finished room. I was able to get it together with a big O-ring as a compression washer, but it still dripped. I took it apart and haven't been able to repeat that feat. It's odd that there is no valve stem seal, either, and some of the drip is coming out around the stem.
Jul
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asked How does this 50 year old shower valve work?
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awarded  Notable Question
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Jul
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revised How do I repair my cracked shower pan?
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Jul
9
comment How do I repair my cracked shower pan?
Based on your comment about the drain connection and the pan, plus the comments above, I'll update my question.
Jul
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asked How do I repair my cracked shower pan?
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accepted How can I make these bath valves easier to use?
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Apr
30
comment How can I make these bath valves easier to use?
I think gripping is hard for her. The lever handle solution would be an improvement, and rebuilding the valves to make sure they are turning easier is a good idea, too.
Apr
30
comment How can I make these bath valves easier to use?
Cleaning the inner works to make them work smoothly sounds like a good idea.
Apr
30
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