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Yes, in fact, many manufacturers make models specifically for homes with septic...
I bought a new faucet with a built-in pull out spray nozzle, and now I have an extra hole in my sink where the pull-out spray used to be.
You can use this hole for a variety of handy accessories, such as a soap dispenser or for the dispenser of an under-sink water filtration...
I don’t have enough room under my sink to get the faucet nut off with a wrench or a pair of pliers. What should I use?
There’s a special tool designed especially for that called a basin...
Perhaps the weight that retracts the spray hose fell off or is caught on something underneath the...
It may work, but a forced ball plunger is designed to make more of a seal around the bottom of the toilet to remove the...
It is a type of flush mechanism that uses both water and compressed air to flush the toilet, which helps eliminate clogs by flushing waster further...
Either the float on the fill valve is stuck or it is set too high, causing water to overflow from the tank into the bowl through the overflow tube....
I think my flush valve is leaking, is there a way to fix this without removing the tank from the bowl?
Maybe. Start by checking the flapper, which is the rubber and plastic assembly piece that is attached to the chain. When the tank lever is pressed,...
The most likely cause is that your toilet’s flush valve is leaking through the flapper, letting water continue to drain from the tank down into...
Most likely the wax ring at the base of your toilet has failed. To replace it you will need to loosen the bolts that hold the toilet to the floor,...
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