Made In China Wall-Hung Ceramic Toilet - 806

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Made In China Wall-Hung Ceramic Toilet
1.White Color
2.AAA Grade
3.Soft Closing PP Seat Cover
4.P-Trap,180mm Roughing In

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Q:Basin basin pool fell, and what can be fixed again,
Structural glue. Can make the basin after the basic eternal, unless broken
Q:Extremely slow drip in bathroom sink faucet?
The washer needs to be changed; they're rubber and over time they fail. (Especially if you've been overtightening them!) However, if no one in the house knows anything about plumbing (really?), then you better just pay a plumber. You could do a lot of damage if you try to repair a faucet and don't know what you're doing. Just watch what he's doing so you can do it yourself next time, because it really is a waste. You're probably looking at replacing a 10-cent washer and you're going to pay a plumber at least $50 to do it for you. On second thought, maybe you should try a little harder to find someone who knows something about plumbing. That's an awful lot to pay just to learn how to replace a washer.
Q:My bathroom bathroom counter pots every time the switch when the ceiling will be issued bang sound is how is it?
The water pressure is too high
Q:Pots and sprinklers with a faucet switch?
Yes, is a single hole faucet or double hole faucet
Q:gurgling noise in bathroom sink?
You are working in the right direction. Gurgling is caused by gas or air being forced out of the sewer pipe when the water drains from the sink. A cup of water goes down the sink, a cup of gas or air is forced back up the pipe to make room for the water. The vent stack is not working properly. It should allow gas and air to flow in and out of the sewer pipe freely. Obviously something is blocking the pipe. The blockage may not be above the sink, it could be below the sink, near where the drain enters the sewer line, or in the sewer line. Run the snake all the way from the roof down into the sewer line to make sure the vent stack is clear. Then put something like a screen over the top of the vent stack to prevent things from getting into it and plugging it again. Make sure the screen is small enough to keep out wasp and other insects that will build paper nest in the pipe and plug it.
Q:how to get rotten smell out of bathroom sink?
if it is coming out with the water you need a new filter usually in a pump house if it is well water if city the filter is usually on the side of the house or under! If the smell is when the water goes down the sink try pouring peroxide down the sink that worked for me!
Q:Home decoration, want to buy a washbasin, but the bathroom is relatively small!
Look good, simple and generous
Q:bathroom pedestal sink can i wall-mount it with a bracket?
Hello okorder.com/... Hope that helps, Elizabeth
Q:How do I fix my drain in my bathroom sink?
The teflon ring between the drain & the p-trap did not seat properly. This is a common problem. Buy a new teflon ring (gasket), install and tighten. Don't over tighten as this will distort the gasket. On the other hand, the silicon sealant works well also. It just doesn't look as nice.
Q:how do you install bathroom sink faucets?
1. make sure you have at least 2 wrenches or 2 pair of pliers or something to loosen and tighten the lines. 2. Turn off the water valves under the sink. If you do not have valves under the sink you will have to turn the entire house off. If the latter is the case, make sure you buy some valves to put under the sink before you turn the water back on. It would suck to be without water if something goes wrong and you do not have valves to make sure your bathroom doesn't flood. 3. Turn the faucet on and make sure all the water is drained--if it continues to drip then try playing with the valves some more--but realize that they are not indestructable and could break if you put too much umf into em. 4. Unhook the water lines from the old faucet using two wrenches usually. If your old water lines are not in good shape, it is the perfect time to get new and have one less thing that can go wrong. 5. If you are not sure, write on the wall or the back side of the cabinet which is hot or cold so you don't hook em- up wrong on the new one. 6. Loosen the nuts (usually plastic unless really old) on the bottom side of the faucet itself. The faucet will pull out through the top once these have been removed. 7. Clean up any remaining residue from the old faucet. 8. Follow directions that come with the new faucet. Should take between 15 minutes and 1½ hours--depending on how hard it is to get to and how long and old the existing faucet is. If you get in a bind--then you can call someone to come do it for you--but there is no science to replacing a faucet. Have fun-I hate plumbing--unless everything works right.

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