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SopWATh
Jun 1, 2000


Right now, there's a pair of water pipes that go from one end of the house to the other. They're maybe 35 feet long. The main comes into the basement, like a normal house, and the water lines go to the upstairs kitchen. The problem is that one of the pipes is not properly supported so it moves when the dishwasher runs and the two pipes bang together. I do not want to cut the ceiling open in the finished basement to get the pipes properly supported, but I'm gonna have to do it anyway before something really breaks...

To be honest, I should probably run PEX anyway since I don't know how old the copper is, but you know, effort.


The previous owners fuckin' loved three-way switches, but apparently got tired of the three-way switch in the bedroom so the switch by the door is upside down. I think the traveler and neutral are just swapped, but I need to look closer.

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