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January 25, 11:51 PM [GMT -5]

Wow... one of the better articles you've published, clear, concise and helpful

January 18, 12:07 AM [GMT -5]

Now talk about the new push-on brass valves that can be used on copper piping without any soldering. Just clean the water supply line, push the valve on, and you're ready to go. Any good?

LonnieC

January 17, 10:18 PM [GMT -5]

This is a help - especially when you are doing renovation work and have older pipes to work with.
Thank you,
Gary

January 17, 9:17 PM [GMT -5]

This is just what I needed. Thank you very, very much
Now could you please help me ( and others) with the leaking problem of a hand shower. It seems to me that just because I am using a combination, a hand shower as a stationary showerhead also, it starts too leak in no time. Is it because of the stress put on the cord ? Not only does it leak where the cord is attached to the main wall-pipe but also down where the showerhead is attached.
THank you
BB

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