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Old 03-25-2016, 04:04 PM   #1
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New plumbing fixtures.

Well Dianna has been gone all week and left me with a honey do list. I have it done fortunately for me. Top on the list was replacing the faucets in both bathrooms and the kitchen. It didn't go entirely smooth but with some reengineering I got them in. I think it looks pretty good much better quality than what it came with. Click image for larger version

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Old 03-25-2016, 04:11 PM   #2
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Phil it would have been easier if Light was used! Good Job! Youroo!!
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Old 03-25-2016, 04:12 PM   #3
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Phil, the kitchen one looks just like the one we put in our Berkshire. Just haven't done the bath ones yet.

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Phil, the kitchen one looks just like the one we put in our Berkshire. Just haven't done the bath ones yet.

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The kitchen is a American Standard. I didn't replace the kitchen sink but I did replace the bathroom sinks. A nice upgrade.
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looks good. It's on my list. have you done anything in the shower yet?
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Old 03-25-2016, 04:42 PM   #6
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Not yet Dan. That is on the list but not this week. I know someone did change the mixing valve and reported on it. I need to look that up. I believe all I would want to replace is the mixing valve.
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Looks good Phil. If you get bored you can come help me with mine.


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Nice job!
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Phil, I did take out the shower mixing valve and took to lowes, HD etc. Trying to find a better one that would match up with the current fittings, no luck. Then took to plumber supply place and they could only order the same, but they did show me how to take apart, make adjustments to how make handle a bit tighter and works good now. They also said when you put in RV anit-freeze it will gum up the valve some and they recommended cleaning and putting plumbers grease on the mixing valve.
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Phil, I did take out the shower mixing valve and took to lowes, HD etc. Trying to find a better one that would match up with the current fittings, no luck. Then took to plumber supply place and they could only order the same, but they did show me how to take apart, make adjustments to how make handle a bit tighter and works good now. They also said when you put in RV anit-freeze it will gum up the valve some and they recommended cleaning and putting plumbers grease on the mixing valve.

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