Re: old leaky in-lines
Posted by More on November 07, 2001 at 20:49:58:
In response to Re: old leaky in-lines
First, what does the leaky pipe service - a toilet? Are you talking about a toilet tank? See the valve? Turn the water off there. Does the leak stop? Take a wrench or a pair of pliers to the connecting nuts at the flexible toilet supply line, unscrew them, and you will have a short connection hose in your hands, Look inside the nuts. Is there a small washer inside? Go to the plumbing supply house and ask how much a new one is. It'll be less than ten dollars.


: I need help desperately.I am a single Mother on a very low income. A pipe coming in the wall and to the pressure tank, has a bad leak just past the water turn off going towards rhe tnk. I would like to replace the old rusty pipe with plastic **. Is this possible? Anmd what all do I need to do this project? I do not have the $ for a plummer., So, any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thank You!
: Rena S.




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