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What connector/fix for garbage disposal plumbing?

You need a 1 1/2" slip-joint extension:
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What connector/fix for garbage disposal plumbing?

You need a a tailpiece and gasket kit for 1.5" pipes. You need three parts. You need a tailpiece - straight piece to get down further, you need a screwtop for that piece and a rubber gasket ...
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Sink backup 14 story condo

Sounds like it's time to get the plumber back and do more work to completely clear the grease blockage, and not just open it up slightly. There could also have been a second restriction that didn't ...
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Kitchen drain height issue

Yes with a drain at that height you will always have water in your disposal. Either go without a disposal, or have the drain lowered. A last suggestion that is probably the least popular, is a sink ...
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Cabinet replacement on built up floor

A 2x4 and 3/4 plywood is very close to the 2 1/4 depth of the floor. Adding that will definitely carry the weight of the cabinets. The big issue will be the footprint of the new cabinets. The depth ...
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Cabinet replacement on built up floor

The new cabinets can placed in the same footprint of the originals, in some cases, cover over it. This does limit what you can do in the way of a remodel, this would be the case if you choose to set ...
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Can I install under cab power to existing cabinets without destroying backsplash or cabinet?

Cable Through the Cabinets This is no big deal. Connect the cable for the right cabinet in a junction box in the left cabinet. Depending on what you are installing on the left cabinet, it may have an ...
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What are the options for moving a non-loadbearing wall in kitchen?

It isn't that big of a deal. #1 - you can just cut the wall to cabinet height If no sink there you can cut down to cabinet level and even do bar seating out to living room. If sink then you just ...
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Can I still install an undermount sink if the quartz cutout is as big as the cabinet width?

No. The opening is too big. The width isn't the biggest problem. Even if you replaced or modified the cabinet, the opening is too close to the back wall and it has been cut crudely with uneven rough ...
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