James manages to mention every part the the system that DOESN'T have anything to do with water temperature. ALL modern showers have a pressure balancing valve that maintains the relative pressure of the hot and cold water into the shower. That...
4 Answers · Home & Garden · 10/07/2014
I have the same thing in my bathroom. Only the water in the tub runs brown for a few minutes before it gets clear. I figured that the pipes into the tub are old & rusted or suffering from corrosion. In your...
4 Answers · Home & Garden · 20/08/2008
It depends on your location. If you are in warmer climates like the US SW, then your discharge temp will be between 60-80 deg. If you are in a cold climate, your water temp could be between 40-50 deg.
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 04/07/2007
This is the best damaged screw remover I have ever used. http://www.4grabit.com/Default.asp?bhcp=1 If that doesn't work, drill it out and replace the stem..
2 Answers · Home & Garden · 28/06/2009
Go inside, pour some very hot water into a small cup or thermos. Take this outside, and dip the cap into the water for a few seconds. That should melt any ice as well as cause the cap to expand a little, making it possible to unscrew it.
3 Answers · Home & Garden · 10/11/2017
Do you plan on mounting the meter on the end of the faucet or on the supply pipe? If you putting it on the faucet you may be able to adapt the faucet threads to hose thread. Amazon has a number of meters which fit hoses and McMaster...
5 Answers · Home & Garden · 18/04/2013
Yes, you can find detailed instructions to replace the seals on your leaking faucets here: http://www.doityourself.com/stry/leakywasherfaucet It's easy to do. Good luck.
14 Answers · Home & Garden · 25/08/2006
If you're referring to the isolation valves under your sink that control its water supply, the answer is yes. Isolation valves do the same thing your kitchen faucet does: they regulate the flow of water. Turn the valve for the...
4 Answers · Home & Garden · 26/01/2012
There's a big book that mechanics use,it's got just about every job on any particular car set out in tables in decimal,you look it up,get the times and calculate them for you'r rate.This only works for,if you like,everyday jobs,non standard one,like...
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 28/08/2010
is there a seat change those at the same time
1 Answers · Home & Garden · 07/04/2008