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For questions about the supply and removal of water and liquid waste.

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With brass connected to galvanised pipe you can get some galvanic corrosion. There is something called a dielectic union which I've never needed to use. That may help. You'll need to clean up the r …
answered May 29 '13 by Matt
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Most likely that's a copper or iron natural gas pipe. Did that pipe feed a wall heater at some point? You'll need a licensed gas fitter/plumber to re-route or remove it. I wouldn't attempt to do th …
answered Jun 5 '13 by Matt
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. Some of the fittings don't require any plumbing tape. I used some to extend my house hose tap from the wall to a place more useful in the garden. I did that by removing the old tap and …
answered Jul 8 '13 by Matt