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Older laundry tubs drain the washing machine leaving dirt and soap scum stains. http://www.mrhardware.com/ Discharging the rinse water into a standpipe keeps the tub clean. Using an air admittance valve ensures the tub will drain smoothly and gives you a clean-out. And the hanging unit allows for adjusting the height higher or lower, and removes the legs being on the floor. Some points and tips: - the standpipe should be 30 – 36 inches to prevent water overflow - deburr cut PVC pipe as lint and material will catch to create blockages - glued PVC needs a twist to assure a good connection - use a carbide bit for masonry walls - it is best and easier to drill a smaller hole first, then drill the correct size hole - put the tub’s trap on before the lower plumbing for correct measurements - after connections are hand-tightened, run hot to check for leaks, then tighten again - the air admittance valve prevents air lock, and sewer gas odor
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel Plumbing a floor drain is something that will require a street elbow, a level and a few other materials. Plumb a floor drain with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: You can save a great deal of money by doing basic plumbing repairs on your own. Get tips on plumbing plans and problems with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video series.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel When placing your plumbing vent, you always need to make sure that is a very specific length away from your fixtures for safety reasons. Find out about how far a plumbing vent should be from the fixtures with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: Learning how to repair plumbing problems on your own is a great way to save yourself a large amount of money. Learn about plumbing repair with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video series.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/plumbing/index.html Click on this link if you're interested in more about plumbing, home building and repairs. Watch this video to learn more about sloping drainage pipes. Remember, to always check with your local building department to verify anything you watch on Youtube, including my videos. Building codes can change and often do. Horizontal drainage pipes usually slope a quarter inch per foot unless they're 4 inches or larger, then they might only require an eighth of an inch per foot. Don't forget to keep watching our videos, visit our websites and check out a few of the books I've written.
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Company: http://applieddesignintelligence.com/ Tutorials: http://opendesignproject.org/ Second attempt at the DWV video for the free small home design. I'm hoping to get some commentary from master plumbers who go to the website and download the 3D model and 2D drawings. The viewer is free from Autodesk, and the BIM (Building Information Model) will be free when completed as well.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel When plumbing for a second floor bathroom, there are a few important considerations that you're definitely going to need to make. Learn about plumbing for a second floor bathroom with help from a contractor with over ten years of experience in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Joshua Clement Series Description: You'd be surprised by just how many of the plumbing problems in your home you can fix inexpensively on your own. Get tips on various types of plumbing repairs with help from a contractor with over ten years of experience in this free video series.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel Tying into an existing PVC plumbing pipe is an easy way to save yourself a lot of money while doing regular repairs. Tie into an existing PVC plumbing pipe with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: You can save a great deal of money by doing basic plumbing repairs on your own. Get tips on plumbing plans and problems with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video series.
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http://www.siouxchief.com/products/supply/access -- Sioux Chief's OxBox™ Laundry Outlet Box is the high-quality, efficient, and economical choice with an unmatched guarantee. Its flexible over-the-stud installation allows plenty of room for plumbing while its various mounting brackets and applications means you can install in a snap. Sioux Chief Ox Box is also available in an Ice Maker Outlet Box, Lavatory Outlet Box, Toilet/Dishwasher Outlet Box, and Gas Valve Outlet Box -- each in a fire rated version.
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Roughing in Plumbing We spent the weekend with two of my brothers starting on the rough in on plumbing and electrical. Unfortunately it took longer than we hoped, but the real bear of it, the DWV lines, are 99% done! I pulled most of the PEX supply lines and am installing a manifold system. I will show that in an update video. I can't possible thank my brothers enough for coming to help out. One flew in from Rock Island, IL and the other drove down from Dallas. Not exactly right next door!
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These are the drain lines that will receive all the plumbing of the upper levels in this house which includes 3 bathrooms (toilets, bathtubs, sinks), kitchen sink, lavatory sinks, washer, laundry tub.
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You can buy the parts seen in this video here:. Thank You. Pex Start-up kit http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7tq/ Pex System Manifold: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7tn/ Pex Tool: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a440 Pex Pipe 3/4 Red: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7us/ Pex Pipe 3/4 Blue: Pex Pipe 1/2 Red: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7v2/ Plumbing with Pex Pipe. I really hope you guys like and find this plumbing video very helpfully. This plumbing job was done back in September 2016. The story of the house is that the home was flooded out in a heavy rainstorm back in April 2016 and after that, the home had to be gutted out and renovated. The rainwater had done so much damage and it was no longer safe in the move back in. Much of the wood had to replace the roof, electrical, Plumbing and even all the bricks were removed and the home was re-bricked. This was a great opportunity to replace all the hot and cold water lines. I was the one renting this house before the flood. I lost just about everything. Just in case you guys were wondering who live there and I didn’t want you guy’s thing that I thought lite of the situation. It was a bad flood, but things happen and life goes on, and given the opportunity to re-pipe the house was a great chance for me to video tape and post it here on YouTube. I do have another pex re-pipe plumbing video here on Youtube, but that was a house that all the walls and ceiling were in place. This job gives me a chance to show you guys what’s going on behind the walls and above your ceilings. And on this video I didn’t make up my own manifold/ Manoblock pex distribution box for the pex pipe plumbing system here you get a chance to see how I really Anker the pex brass fittings down and how the tub and shower valve are installed. The list of plumbing pipe and fittings I used. 1- ½ ", 18 Port Compression MANABLOC (8 hot, 10 cold) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J33N5E/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 2- Set of 2 Mounting Straps $3.29 1- MANABLOC Wrench For Compression Lock-in Nuts https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J0WPHY/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 1- Valve T-Handle.74 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0069TJPA2/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 300’ Of ½ “ Aquapex Red https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J3TTA2/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 300’ Of ½ “ Aquapex Blue https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J3TTA2/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 100’ Of ¾ Blue Pex Pipe $62.81 100’ Of ¾ Red Pex Pipe https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ENNZAQ4/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 9 - ½ " ProPEX x 1/2" FIP Drop Ear Elbow (Lead Free Brass) $72.36 2- ¾ " ProPEX x 3/4" FIP Drop Ear Elbow (Lead Free Brass) $34.26 1- ProPex washing machine Outlet Box (LF Brass) Valves https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0142NP5GO/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 9- 3/4" x 6" Galv Nipple $4.16 9- ½ Galvanized Caps https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BQMRVI/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 2- ¾ x 6” Galvanized nipple https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FPAL9A/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 100- ½ " ProPEX Ring w/ Stop $17.00 100- ¾ " ProPEX Ring w/ Stop https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01069UNJM/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 1- MANABLOC Supply End Cap $5.26 2- ¾ " Compression x MANABLOC Supply Adapter $52.12 2- ½ " Monticello Posi-Temp Pressure Balance Valve (ProPEX w/ Stops) $151.90 2- ¾ " Galv 90° Elbow $4.42 1- ¾ " x ½ " x ¾ " Galv Tee $12.10 20- ½ " x 4 ½ " Galv Nipple $17.00 2- 10’ of ½ Copper piper type “m” $19.44 2- ½ Female sweat tub/shower drop ear elbow Lead free $9.68 1- ProPex Ice Maker Box w/ Brackets. ½ “(LF Brass) valve https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0142NOLAU/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing This is a list of the items I used to re-pipe this home along with other little odds and ends. I hope this will give you guys an insight of what you may need to order for your re-pipe project. I would recommend you shop around, because after checking around I did find some items at a cheaper price local. The Most important tool I used was the M12 ProPEX Expansion Tool Kit made by Milwaukee https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0048EJX7U/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing Give this video a thumbs up 👍 and become a subscriber. Thanks
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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com Hot to install a wash basin waste pipe and check for leaks. Include how to use solvent weld waste fittings and plastic waste pipe compression fittings. For more information visit our website at http://www.plumberparts.co.uk Word, and welcome to this plumberparts.co.uk video. This is the last video of this particular set of episodes, all about how to install a wash basin. If you want to know anything about the previous things, go back through the videos, and you'll see them there. This particular bit is about installing the waste. It's the last part, so let's get all that done, and hopefully have it running by the end of the video. Right, so here's our outlet waste, here. We've got a pop-in waste that we did earlier. We've got all our pipes in that we did earlier. Our two valves, and here's the waste outlet, here. Let's first have a look at the sealing components of the trap. This is known as a P-trap. So the sealing part here, you've got a rubber ring, and that seals on the bottom of this metal thread, here. But it also sits around the collar, in there. Generally, you aren't to take this off, but I'm only doing it for demonstration purposes. So that will sit up on there like that, and seal really well on there. On this end, we've got the compression fitting end. And how this works, is you have a slip collar. When you're tightening up this nut, if this slip collar wasn't here, it would drag on this rubber bit here, which is the bit that causes the seal. So the slip collar goes in there, the rubber flat seal goes in there, your part will go in and around that inner circle, around there, like that. The seal sits round in there like that, and that's where it causes a seal. The slip collar goes on there, the nut goes on there. And that tightens up, and causes a great seal. A few of the other things, I'm actually gonna glue things, today, and solvent weld once, alright? If you want to know how to use those, go back to our video page, and we've got a video up there for you on how to use solvent weld fittings for waste. So, the first bit we're gonna do here, anyway, is attach this P-trap, and then we've got a rough idea if the bit's a part we need to cut, and where to put our elbows and stuff to match these two up together. So, let's pop that up on there. Let's get that in there like that. Alright, so, what we're gonna need here, to get this bit done, is two elbows. So, we'll have one elbow popped on there like that, and we'll need another one put in here about there. So what I need to do now is cut my pipes to length, glue them in. Get them so they're popping into this compression fitting here, tighten that up, wait five minutes for the solvent weld to go off, and then, hopefully, I can turn these two valves on and test for leaks. Right, are you ready? Are you set? We're gonna turn it on, and see if it works. No leaks, so far. Oh, yeah! Turn it all the way around. Nice and hot. Cold. Yeah! Pull this old boy, is it up or down? Push it down, oh yeah. There we go. No leaks down here. Nothing at all. We shut the pipe, and now we test this overflow. It's gonna over the flow. And that would mean we're testing our plumber's mate that we did a few videos ago. It's feeding it nicely. That's great. Well, as you can see, all is well. So there you go, it's all done. The basin, hot works fine, all the waste draining really well, switch over to the two. Nice little mixed tap. Our pop-up waste works well, all of that bit. And it's all done. I am so happy. If you need anymore help, or any more advice, visit our website at plumberparts.co.uk. If you feel like we've missed anything out, or anything like that, let us know through our comments list, or just message us directly. Remember to subscribe. Thanks ever so much for watching. I'll see you soon. Brut-ting! Plumberparts.co.uk - honest reviews and advice.
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http://www.homebuildingandrepairs.com/repairs/plumbing/index.html Click on this link for more information about plumbing repairs, bathroom remodeling and home building. In this video I hope to explain a few things you should consider before using the plumbing vent pipes that stick out of your roof to unclog a plugged drainpipe with the plumbing snake. The design and layout of the pipes can make all the difference in the world on whether or not you can actually use the vent pipe with a success.
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This video is a handy guide to installing the underground drainage system by FloPlast. This step by step demonstration makes fitting time even quicker whilst outlining British standard guidelines throughout as well as equipment required for successful installation. Professional Building Supplies always sell FloPlast for their underground drainage and guttering supplies as they really are so simple to use and help to save on materials. Find out extensive range of FloPlast Drainage Systems here: http://www.professionalbuildingsupplies.co.uk/products/underground-drainage-5/ Alternatively, have a look at our step by step guide to installing your FloPlast underground system - http://www.professionalbuildingsupplies.co.uk/system/site/uploads/content/docs/Installation/Underground%20Drainage/Underground%20Installation%20Guide.pdf For more information on any of our products or for more advice, please visit our websites: Professional Building Supplies: http://www.professionalbuildingsupplies.co.uk/ For all types of guttering, sealants and plumbing materials, visit our Professional Building Supplies website. Gutter Supplies: http://www.guttersupplies.co.uk/ For all types of guttering, including PVC, Steel, Cast Iron and Aluminium, as well as a wide range of associated products, visit our Gutter Supplies Website. Drainage Sales: http://www.drainagepipe.co.uk/ For all types of Underground and Above Ground Drainage Systems and associated products, visit our Drainage Sales Website. PVC Cladding: http://www.pvccladding.com/ For all PVC Fascias, Soffits, Cladding Systems and PVC/Metal Guttering Systems, visit our PVC Cladding website. You can also connect with us on one of our other Social Media Channels: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProfessionalBuildingSupplies Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProBuildSuppl Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/2/b/105218642917887824276/+ProfessionalbuildingsuppliesCoUk/posts Contact us: Telephone: 01202 867500 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Check out this video to see the conclusion of the utility sink installation. In this video I am using an old garden hose section to complete the drain for this project for under $5. Whenever I try to do projects like this I always like to use up things I have laying around before I go out and buy new parts. I would love to have done a full 1 1/2" drain pipe all the way over to the sump but had this broken garden hose laying around and could not resist trying to use it as the drain. I picked up a couple of fittings to transition from the 1 1/2" PVC male adapter on the bottom of the utility tub to a 3/4" threaded male hose connection. Total cost was under $5 for those parts and the rest was made with a piece of hose. The connection was simple, glue the pvc fittings together, hook up the hose, and run it over to the sump about 8 feet away. I then tested the drain rate by filling the tub up and letting it drain and running water continuously for about 5 minutes. The hose seems to keep up and drain the tub just fine so I am going to clal this a success for now. The only concern I have is that the smaller diameter hose may get clogged easily if anything gets flushed down the drain like small pebbles, dirt, etc. I will keep you updated if this turns into a pain in the long term. Utility Sink parts - Utility sink - http://amzn.to/1Mj6q4u Water supply valve - http://amzn.to/1GulDPN Cheap faucet - http://amzn.to/1BYK8Uf Tools of the trade - Spark start torch head - http://amzn.to/1BMl54f Mapp Gas cylinder - http://amzn.to/14G5DdF 1/2"-3/4" pipe and fitting cleaner combo tool - http://amzn.to/1BSy2ao Tight spaces pipe cutter - http://amzn.to/1y0INKD Pipe cutter - http://amzn.to/1xP2qDj Lead free solder - http://amzn.to/1wGPqvL Flux - http://amzn.to/1yPxXqA All of these products and more recommended items from the SSL Family are available at the Simple Suburban Living General Store - http://astore.amazon.com/simpsubulivi-20 Please check us out at www.simplesuburbanliving.com and follow us on.... http://www.pinterest.com/simplesuburban/ http://www.facebook.com/simplesuburbanliving http://www.twitter.com/simplesuburban5 http://www.instagram.com/simplesuburbanliving Music - "Shadows in the Moonlight" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/ShadowsintheMoonlight
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Apprentice Plumber CB2 Changes Boiler Drains for a washing machine https://kit.com/ChuckBarron/propress-valves Subscribe-http://www.youtube.com/c/ChuckBarron Check out some of our gear-http://chuckbarronplumbing.com/ Follow us on social Media https://www.facebook.com/charles.barron.9 https://www.instagram.com/chuckbarron6/ https://twitter.com/Chuckbarron6 DISCLAIMER: This video is for entertainment purposes only. This video also contains affiliate links which if you click on link and make a purchase I may receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and helps us continue to bring you new video's like this one. Thank you so much for the support. Plumb on! Every day plumbing repairs and installs featured all while my son CB2 the plumbing apprentice learns the trade.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel Connecting plumbing to a sewer line will require you to make good use of a very specific type of adapter. Connect plumbing to a sewer line with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: You can save yourself a great deal of money by performing many basic plumbing fixes on your own with just a few basic tools. Get tips on plumbing fixes with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video series.
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A SHORT VIDEO ON A LAUNDRY TUB SET UP AND A FEW PLUMBING CODE REQUIREMENTS. THANKS FOR WATCHING AND PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! Al
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Drainage Sales representative explains the different ways to connect a waste pipe to a 110mm soil pipe using a Boss Adaptor. Connecting a waste pipe to a 110mm soil pipe can seem like a complicated process. However, our drainage expert explains the process in a simple, easy to understand manner. Whether using a Strap Boss Adaptor, a Boss on an existing fitting or a new Boss Pipe, our expert explains exactly what needs to be done to connect the waste pipe to the soil pipe. Drainage Sales provide the very best in Soil and Waste systems. Our products are manufactured by Floplast, the leading and most innovative manufacturers of drainage, soil and waste, cladding and guttering systems. Our experts can give you honest and reliable advice regarding your soil and waste systems. To learn more about Soil and Waste Systems, visit our website. http://www.drainagepipe.co.uk/products/soil-waste-9/ Drainage Sales are specialist supplier of Underground and Above Ground Drainage Systems. Our mission is to provide excellent quality drainage products at competitive prices while delivering exceptional levels of customer service. Subscribe to our channel for more useful information https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqplhfuIHgG1bcpkWcpRuQ Connect with Drainage Sales online: http://www.drainagepipe.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrainageSales
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Mark Donovan from http://www.HomeAdditionPlus.com reviews Sewer Ejector Pump Up Systems. Sewer ejector pump up systems are frequently required in basement remodeling projects that have bathrooms and/or laundry rooms planned for them. If you have a private septic system and are planning a bathroom, kitchen or some type of plumbing fixture to be installed in the basement you will need to install a sewer ejector pump up system.
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel The most common cause for sludge is a buildup in your plumbing lines from extra toilet paper, female products, or diapers that have wedged their way into the corners of your plumbing lines or somebody has knocked your plumbing lines and made them a little too level. Troubleshoot sludge in plumbing with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: You can save a great deal of money by doing basic plumbing repairs on your own. Get tips on plumbing plans and problems with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video series.
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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk ***Facebook*** http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001119410854 ***Twitter*** https://twitter.com/#!/plumberparts This video covers how non return valves or check valves work. We tell you how to install them, where to install them and why. If you need any more help just ask! Hold tight and welcome to today's plumberparts.co.uk video. Today we are going to look at non-return valves. This is a non-return valve right here. Now firstly you will see there's an arrow. That tells you which way this valve should go. So, inside, it moves one way altogether. See that? If I blow with the arrow, it comes out. If I blow against it? Nothing comes out. Before we carry on with this video, I'd just like to apologise for my voice. I've been on a cricket tour, and I've come back, and I don't have much of a throat at the moment. I have no idea why. So, we are gonna go and have a look at where you can install one these. I'm gonna show you how to install one on a basin, and hopefully you'll learn a little bit about where you can put them, why you install them, and how they work. Right, first up we've got this sink here. Now, on one side of this sink, we've got mains cold water, and on the other side of the sink we've got a pretty poor flow on the hot water side. Now there's no non-return valve on the hot water side yet. So, what happens is, say you've got the hot water open. You open it up, there's not much coming out. You open up the cold, and it flies out at much higher pressure, and it pushes cold water back down that hot pipe. So now when I open this up, the hot is now running cold, because all that cold water's been pushed down that pipe, and wait a few minutes and it'll come back hot again. To prevent this happening, we put a non-return valve in. It'll go this way round on the hot side, and stop the cold water pushing back down that pipe and back down the system. Now I'm going to show you how to install one of these. It's as easy as 1, 2, 3 or ABC. Just two compression things, and then I'll go to the drawing board and show you schematically where you'll find one of these. So, firstly let's go under this sink and find out our hot and cold. Now I've been running the hot for a while, so that one there is nice and warm, so that's the hot now. Just get your screwdriver or whatever, and turn that off. And it's not a bad thing to turn the cold off as well just in case. Pop around here, turn that off too. Now just make sure they're both off. Nothing. So, going back under here, we've got a small little bit of copper pipe just here. We've also got our flexi. Now my plan is to pop our non-return valve here, and then add it with the flexi at the top. Just loosen that off and take that away. You're probably gonna get a little water out that's been sitting in that hose. Here we go. What I do now, because we have like-new olive on here, is take this piece of pipe out. Now we can build our new section of pipe. So firstly I'm just gonna cut a small length of the female. Pop that olive, then on that one. Next, cut another small piece of pipe, and pop that right down, as far as it will go and tighten that up. Right, gotta get that on, I'm just gonna cut this piece down, and also, it's the end of the length of copper pipe, now this bit's slightly wider, I'll often find a pipe slice makes a beautiful taper for it to push into a compression fitting. You see the difference in there, nice little taper that end, hard horrible pooey in there. Right, so now we pop a nut and olive on this end, and a nut and olive on this end. Now it's the time to make sure you've got the arrow pointing the right direction. Now we want the hot water to be coming up through, in line with this arrow. So our valve is gonna be on the bottom here, and our flexible hose is gonna be on the top here, so let's install that now. So, let's pop our, tighten this up, got that one there like that. Fortunately, I think this pipes got a bit of give in it, so we can just push right there, get our new nut and olive on and get our flexible on without it kinking. Now we will tighten up the nut and olive for our flexible. So our arrow's in the right direction, as you can see. Now we should be able to turn the water on, test for leaks, make sure everything's alright. Alright, so we've turned everything back on and tested for leaks, and there are none, I mean I'd expect nothing less from myself. I back myself not to get leaks on 15 mil copper pipe. So let's firstly see whether the hot water's got enough pressure to actually push the non-return valve open. Bear in mind that the pressure here wasn't very good in the first place, so I'm not expecting a great deal here.
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Check out this video to see how to install a simple utility sink in your home. Have some sort of utility tub or sink setup in your home is a must for any home owner. No more washing off paint brushes in the kitchen sink, no more greasy hand washing in the same area you wash you dishes. If nothing else, your wife will thank you! Since we have lived here in this home for a few years I have been wanting to get this installed and it kept getting put on the back burner. Until a few weeks ago I passed by a perfectly good utility sink at the end of someone's driveway as a giveaway. Call it divine intervention or just a lucky break but it inspired me to get this project put to the top of my list. The fist step once you have a sink and faucet picked out is to locate a good spot in the basement for the sink. The best place will be in range of a floor drain and some overhead copper water supply lines. You want to make sure that your water supply is tapping into a 3/4" supply and not a 1/2" supply. 1/2" supplies are not meant to be split another times as they are already split from the main water supply line once. Once you have a good location get your supplies together and get ready for a messy, somewhat stressful, and eventful afternoon in your basement working with one of my favorite tools.....the torch:) Make sure to leave yourself enough time to account for anything that might go wrong since this project will require that the entire water supply to the home is turned off for a bit. Start by turning off the water supply to your home and then hooking a hose up to the drain on your water heater. Next open the drain and a few faucets on each level of your home. This will allow air breath into the pipes and the water to drain completely back to the water heater which should be the lowest point in the system. Once the pipes are drained out, close the water heater drain and get ready for cutting and soldering. Once you have your Tee in place on a 3/4" supply pipe go ahead and start measuring, cutting, and soldering your supply pipes over to your utility sink location. Remember to follow local codes and if you are unsure of where you can drill holes or how to run the lines consult with a professional plumber. Once your water supply is run, solder on some supply valves and turn them to the off position. Now you are ready to get your water turned back on and start to fill up those pipes and check for leaks. This is that somewhat stressful time I talked about:) Did it leak, how do your joints look? I can say from experience that no matter how diligent you are sometimes in hard to reach places leaks can occur. Make sure to let the system sit for a bit and then keep checking for any drips. If you find any drips you will need to drain everything back out and re-solder the leaky fitting. Now that you are all hooked up and leak free it is just a matter of hooking up your flex water lines from the valves to the faucet and you are in business. All you need now is a drain....... more on that later. Utility Sink parts - Utility sink - http://amzn.to/1Mj6q4u Water supply valve - http://amzn.to/1GulDPN Cheap faucet - http://amzn.to/1BYK8Uf Tools of the trade - Spark start torch head - http://amzn.to/1BMl54f Mapp Gas cylinder - http://amzn.to/14G5DdF 1/2"-3/4" pipe and fitting cleaner combo tool - http://amzn.to/1BSy2ao Tight spaces pipe cutter - http://amzn.to/1y0INKD Pipe cutter - http://amzn.to/1xP2qDj Lead free solder - http://amzn.to/1wGPqvL Flux - http://amzn.to/1yPxXqA All of these products and more recommended items from the SSL Family are available at the Simple Suburban Living General Store - http://astore.amazon.com/simpsubulivi-20 Please check us out at www.simplesuburbanliving.com and follow us on.... http://www.pinterest.com/simplesuburban/ http://www.facebook.com/simplesuburbanliving http://www.twitter.com/simplesuburban5 http://www.instagram.com/simplesuburbanliving Music - "Shadows in the Moonlight" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/ShadowsintheMoonlight
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We finished up our plumbing drain waste vent system this week! Check out our progress on our forever home in Alaska. Enter to win the Valentine's Day tee here: http://www.ana-white.com/2017/02/valentines-day-five-tee-giveaway
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LG Front Load Washer Water Inlet Valve Replacement #5220FR2006H #5221ER1003A - How to Fix LG Washing Machine Leak or Replace Water Inlet Valve | EarthlingLife We had our Front Load LG Washing Machine leak and we found the source here in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvQfIIAjtz4 and it was the LG washer triple water inlet valve that was leaking. So we bought a new inlet valve and replaced it. In this video we are showing how to replace and fix the LG Washer Inlet Valve. Repairing LG Washing Machine Leak by Replacing the failed triple inlet valve with the new one. Check out more videos like this at https://www.youtube.com/user/earthlinglife About EarthlingLife Channel: Life as an Earthling can be hard. The EarthlingLife channel is here to help. Our plan is to just share our thoughts about life, healthy living, organic food, healthy lifestyles, life lessons, opinions and more, and to build a community of fans and supporters who can help and learn from each other, or just understand each other. We'll also be focusing a lot on product reviews, because we take time to be careful with what we buy and are very thorough before we make a decision. We want to share our opinions, and hopefully save you some time in making your own decision about products you need and want to buy. No matter how big our channel grows, we will never take sponsorships or payments from companies for reviewing their products. We believe real reviews by real people are much more helpful and honest. If you'd like to support our channel and help us bring more reviews and commentary to the YouTube audience, support EarthlingLife using YouTube's Fan Funding program. Music: Walk In The Park by Audionautix at audionautix.com
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The first in a few videos about hot to fit and install waste pipe. 110mm size is standard in the UK. We show you how to cut, how to fit together, how to measure and how to add bosses, and branches. I hope this video helps you out! TWITTER👉 http://www.twitter.com/plumberparts 🔥 FACEBOOK👉 http://www.facebook.com/plumberparts 🔥PLUMBERS REGISTER HERE: http://www.plumberparts.co.uk/tell-me-more-plumbers ❤️ ***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com This the job that we're on at the moment. We are filming in this little alcove today, because we've got the soil stack just down here, and that is going be running up there. We've got a toilet just here, we've got a toilet just here as well, so we're going be drilling just through here, but also in this bit here. It's going be a utility room, so I've got to put on a little bit of a half inch there, ready to go up. But then on this side of the job, we've got to put a wall-hung boiler up, underfloor heat manifold, so I've got my little inch and a half down therefore the high-pressure relief for our pressurised system in here, and the same goes for how I'm going link up. We've got a big unvented cylinder going in as well, and that's also going be going in there. The high-pressure relief will be going in there for that, so there's lots and lots for us to do. But for today's little video, what we're going be looking at today, nice and simple, nice and easy, is just getting our four-inch stack up here, through, we've got a branch like that for the bogs up there, and then our little breather pipe out the top, which to be honest I'm not going show you how to do, it's just the same as everything else. But really it just gives you an idea of why put bosses in, how we install them, and also just how easy this job is. So, if you've got this to do, then you think well, I'm not happy about tackling this one, we'll show you how. Or at least I'll be able to give you a little bit of a tip, a bit of advice on how to do it. Importantly, there's a lot to do at this job today, but like I said, we've got some brackets here, so I'll give you a quick heads-up how we can just get all this in, so I hope you enjoy the video. So this is pretty much where we're working. We've got our soil stack coming up here, it's going up there, but for the first few metres I've got at least a nice bit of straight pipe. So the first thing I'm going to do is measure out my clips. The way I do that is just pop my little spirit level on here like so, and then I know that I've got a straight level all the way up, and then choose the heights where I want my clips to be. So I'm literally just popping this down the centre here, I put my line up there, get my bubble nice and centred, so I just nick that. And now I know I can put this right flat on the wall, just pop it in like so. Then just work my way all the way up the wall. As you can see, we've got our nick there, got another line here, there's our stack down there. So basically I'm going put a bracket somewhere about here, probably, and then I'm going measure up, just got a mark up here, I'm going put my other bracket just about there. Obviously make sure that when your guys first-fix, they first-fix the right width out of your bracket, which they have done here. So all I need to do is just get these little babies marked up and popped in. Now guess what, because I've measured and done my brackets properly, my pipe will also be level naturally, because it's going nicely into those brackets. I'm going to bang them on right now. Right so this is the first little stumbling block we've got. So first we've got to get up here, and there's a line that I've got from the centre of that all the way down to here, next to our line of where we're keeping our, we're tucking this into the corner nicely. So, we've got two s here. Usually, in a perfect world, we'd have been able to keep this over just like this, so we could pop them two inside each other like that and not have to do anything. But because this is slightly further away, if we marry up and hold that just there, you can see we've got a little bit of a gap, haven't we? So what I've got to do, is get my tape, it's quite a difficult one holding this, and measure from my little finger just here, to my thumb here pretty much. Obviously I'll do that in a minute with the camera down, then I can cut the socket of a full length of four inch, and stuff that on there, and then once we've got that bit made up right, we can put a little stub on here ready for our branch. We can actually sit that right up here like so, ready to go in. And then we can do our big measurement of one long bit of pipe all the way down from there all the way down to the bottom.
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