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That little button needs to pull out. When it's in it diverts the water to the shower. The part is replaceable.
The flange needs to be screwed down to the floor. If it isn't when you tightening the bolts you're pulling the flange up instead of pulling the...
I would think it would be easier to use three circulator relays. Then there would be no repiping necessary.
If the arm on the lav. waste is less than 36" it can look straight out without the re-vent.
The lines should be secured, but that is not the reason for the leak. Something else is going on.
The refill tube is pushed too far down the overflow causing the water in the tank to siphon.
The rule I always followed is not to put two fixtures on a 1/2" line.
There is no washer needed. Been using that type of supply line for years. Today you can get them in PEX.
It will unscrew. It may take two wrenches one to hold back as you remove the nut. It would have been easier if you didn't remove it from the sink.
The small nut just below the handle needs to be removed to access the stem.
Are you sure there is a foot valve in the shallow well as there is no reason for it. You have a check valve at the pump. My guess is the check...
That is a poured lead joint. Drill more holes close together so you can pick out the lead with a screw driver. Under the lead is oakum a rope like...
Can you say inside cutter?
There is a cutter that cuts the pipe from the inside. Cut the pipe below the crack glue on a coupling with a section of pipe to the height you...