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When re-filling the tank after a flush, some water is routed thru a small tube coming from the fill valve/float into the overflow tube that refills the bowl. Check to see that it's not broken or come loose from the over-flow tube. If not broken or detached, with the lid off the tank, flush the toilet and see if you have any water coming out of that tube (...


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I'm thinking that the pump handle must be on a different line, after the pressure tank.…if the pump handle was plumbed directly on a T from the well line and before the pressure tank, there's no way for the pump to get activated to supply pressure to the pump handle That reasoning is erroneous. The pressure for the system is pretty much the same throughout, ...


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What is missing on this setup is the compression nut. It should fit over your 1 1/2 inch drain pipe going into the wall stub. When you tighten it down the inner gasket will seal around the drain and prevent water and odor from escaping into the room. This looks like a poor diy job. The problem may have been that the bend in the drain pipe before the Marvel ...


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First thing to try is take off the faucet altogether, get a bucket by the pipe, and get someone to trn on the ball valves. No pressure there, then look further back. Good pressure there (turn it off again!) then there's something up with the new faucet.


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A definite solution to monitoring your line for leaks would be to install a meter. If you google "water meter", you'll get a list of all different types. Here is one I found after a quick search: I'm not endorsing this product and have no affiliation with the company.


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Water hammer happens when there is too much pressure in the line when the valve shuts. Ironically, it is a problem when the water supply doesn't have enough air, not water. Since water can't be compressed, all of the pressure is transmitted to the pipe as mechanical force when the valve is closed, causing it to knock and rattle. Reducing the water ...


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It's an easy fix. There should be a compression washer and nut on that slip joint. It's hard to see but it looks like the drain tube is small for that fitting and will require a suitable washer or an adapter. And it looks like the trap is too close for the compression nut to fit properly so you may need to turn it 90 degrees towards the front of the ...


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