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When to Use Sealants on Threaded Plumbing Connections
 
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Making watertight connections with This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey. (See below for a shopping list.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse How to Fix a Leaking Rooftop Vent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNM-JUC7ZEA&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=50 How to Prevent Frozen Pipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVItL66doqw&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=93 All About Copper Pipes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8fpchYfC6Y&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=14 Shopping List for When to Use Sealants on Threaded Plumbing Connections: - Teflon tape, used to wrap around threaded plastic fittings - pipe sealant (a.k.a. pipe dope), used for brushing onto threaded fittings - wicking string, used to wrap around and fill spaces between male threads Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 385039 This Old House
HOW TO REMOVE A SCREW THAT HAS LOCTITE  www.wickedcopters.com
 
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works best with a 80 + watt soldering iron Thanks for watching hope this helps someone
Views: 43541 WC Wickedclown RC inc
How to use sharkbite fittings for easy fix. Plumbing Tips!
 
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32 years in this business has shown me a thing or two.Using sharkbite fittings is quite easy to do for the average home owner....Please subscribe and have a great day.
Views: 1089162 TheOldkid888
How to Disassemble & Remove Loctite Red High Strength Threadlocker
 
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Loctite® Adhesives Specialist demonstrating how to remove and disassemble parts assembled with Loctite® High Strength Red Threadlocker using heat. To learn more about Loctite threadlockers, visit: http://goo.gl/RKWIC Learn more about Henkel's Industrial Adhesives: http://www.henkelna.com/adhesives
Views: 138239 Loctite North America
Joining PVC Pipe and Fittings with Primer and Solvent Cement
 
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Learn the steps to successfully join PVC pipe and fittings for irrigation, plumbing, pool, spa and drainage applications using purple primer and gray solvent cement. This visual how-to guide will guide you on the steps used by professionals to create lifetime bonds using Christy's primer and solvent products. For over 35 years, T. Christy Enterprises has provided the professional contractor with a complete range of products to bond PVC pipe and fittings.
Views: 219794 TChristyEnterprises
lock top damper
 
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Pipe Joint Compound vs. Teflon Tape: Which is Best for Sealing Pipe Threads?
 
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Oatey 31231 Pipe Joint Compound with PTFE with Brush, 8 fl.Ounce - Amazon.com http://amzn.to/1608qxM Amazon.com: 1" x 520 Teflon Thread Seal Tape (5pcs/box): http://amzn.to/1aA9Ugl LA-CO PTFE Gas Line Pipe Thread Tape, Premium Grade, 1/2" Width, 4 mil Thickness, Yellow: Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/1aAa3Am Free 30 day trial of Amazon Prime (free 2 day shipping, free movies and TV shows, and borrow books from Kindle library for free): http://www.amazon.com/gp/prime/signup/videos?tag=itsavidonyout-20 Bill and http://sparkychannel.com are participants in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com
Views: 342460 Sparky Channel
How to repair PVC pipe: The Compression Fitting
 
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Greg Chick, Ramona's Plumber, shows how to repairing broken PVC pipe where there is limted space and pipe movement available, by using a compression fitting. This particular method is limited to low pressure situations such as irrigation distribution lines to the sprinkler heads - not water main or water supply lines. Though there are compression fittings available that can handle high pressure, that's for another video. The compression fitting does not require a solvent joint, as so it is great for situations where the repair area is flooded. See the other PVC joining videos for additional methods. PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT. All questions posted will be answered! For additional information go to http://DIYplumbingAdvice.com or call Greg at 760-788-2889
Views: 216831 ramonasplumber
Parker ZoomLock for Braze-free copper tube connecting
 
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www.parker.com/sporlan The new Parker ZoomLock fittings are specially designed to work without brazing, which automatically makes your job simpler and faster when joining copper tubes. In addition, the one-piece fittings are reliably secure, leak-proof and more repeatable than brazed connections — so there’s no compromise on quality or performance. The one-of-a-kind ZoomLock fittings are truly a game-changer for air conditioning/refrigeration contractors looking to be more efficient. The ZoomLock braze-free connecting process is based on exclusive, patented crimping technology. You only need two hands and a few simple tools. No brazing, no experience . . . and practically no time at all. Using specially designed crimping tools, just connect the de-burred tube ends into the fitting (which has O-rings inside), and press the assembly into place for a secure, leak-free seal. Another advantage of the ZoomLock process is that if the press fitting is not crimped properly, it can be easily re-crimped. In addition, it requires no adhesives, just the crimping tool and the fitting. Talk to your local Sporlan Authorized Wholesaler or Parker Distributor about the new Parker ZoomLock braze-free fittings.
Views: 746272 Parker Products
Leaking lead pipe repair | Lead-Loc
 
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Lead pipe is still found in many properties in Britain, these pipes can leak when disturbed and it can be difficult to repair a lead pipe. Here we repair the pipe by cutting off the damaged section and then we fit a lead loc fitting which is specifically designed for use with lead pipe. Brought to you by http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/forum1/
Views: 133304 Ultimate Handyman
How to Replace a PVC Sink Trap - This Old House
 
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This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to replace a leaky, glued-together kitchen-sink trap. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbUQAEDgpQw&index=26&list=PLkJADc1qDrr8JnEkf1GX2utInAXW6t2XP How to Repair a Kitchen Sink Drain Trap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_QJf3TKvLM&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=259 How to Replace a Kitchen Sink: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZa3SRQ568A&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=314 How to Repair a Clogged Kitchen Sink Hose: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCNJAHh7-hI&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=240 Shopping List for How to Replace a PVC Sink Trap: - foil pan, used to catch water drained from trap - assorted 1 1/2-inch-diameter PVC pipe and fittings, for assembling a new sink trap - PVC primer and cement, for gluing together PVC pipes and fittings - paper towels, used to indicate leak Tools for How to Replace a PVC Sink Trap: - pliers, for removing threaded plug from bottom of existing sink trap - reciprocating saw, used to cut out existing sink trap - drill and special PVC cutterhead, for cutting out section of PVC pipe from inside of existing drainpipe Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 218493 This Old House
How To Replace A Tap Washer
 
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http://www.homeserve.com -Dripping taps waste 90 litres of water a week. Luckily, it's a simple fix that doesn't need a plumber. If you've got one of those old fashioned "Stem" taps, all you need to do is change the washer Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojug Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojug Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-replace-a-tap-washer
Views: 913921 Videojug
How to glue PVC pipe & fittings
 
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Step by step instructions for gluing PVC pipe and fittings. Parts in video are annotated. Website: http://iScaper.com Download my sprinkler repair guide iScaper:Sprinklers for your Android phone at: http://goo.gl/bRbrf for you iPhone at: http://goo.gl/lRmbl from the Amazon App Store at: http://goo.gl/OsJLr or a PDF download for your computer at: http://iscaper.com/store.htm Subscribe to my blog and sign-up for my newsletter at http://iScaper.com/blog/ for more tips on sprinklers and landscaping.
Views: 223112 iScaper1
DIY: How to Remove a Fastener with Threadlocker without Heat
 
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Video tutorial on how to remove a fastener with high strength thread locker without using heat. A fastener with high strength, usually red in color can be quite the nightmare to remove. I am currently fighting with this, I have four bolts to remove for the wheel bearing which used a thread locker from factory. Heat can’t always be used in every situation, the strut is right next to these bolts so heat would be a good idea or perhaps you don’t have access to a torch. The heat normally helps melt the thread locker making it softer and easier to work with. Website: http://4diyers.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/4diyers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/4diyers Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+4DIYers Twitter: https://twitter.com/4DIYers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/4diyers/ Tumblr: http://4diyers.tumblr.com Pintrest: https://www.pinterest.com/4diyers/ Tools/Supplies Needed: -ratchet -wrenches -socket set -brake cleaner -safety glasses -respirator Procedure: -for this I am using aerosol brake cleaner -not all brake cleaners work I have found, here I am using a chlorinated high strength formula which does soften it to a workable state -it’s important to work in a well ventilated area or wear a respirator and use safety glasses -the solvent is thin enough where it’s able to work between the mounting surfaces and thread cracked -once you’ve loosened it up, then apply more solvent, you may need to work the fastener back and forth depending how much thread locker there is -other solvents that can be used, include and are not limited to trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethylene dichloride Thank you to all those who watch my videos and support my content. Don't forget to subscribe to my channel for future tutorial videos and like my video if you found it helpful. New videos are always being uploaded every week! © 4DIYers 2013 All Rights Reserved No part of this video or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author.
Views: 14029 4DIYers
The Old plumber shows how to join copper pipe without soldering.
 
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No torch...no solder...This is a video on how to join copper pipe with out soldering using different types of fittings that are on the market today.....Please subscribe, leave a comment and give me a rating.Thanks
Views: 1045393 TheOldkid888
How to Remove Old Galvanized Pipe, Quickly & Safely
 
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Removing old galvanized pipes can be tricky, mainly because they usually have quite a bit of rust and corrosion where they meet tees, elbows,and couplers. In this video I discuss how to remove old pipe using a combination of penetrating spray ( I prefer PB), two pipe wrenches working in opposition, and a counter-intuitive first tightening that actually helps loosen the pipe. Thanks!
Views: 145581 Rosie Murphy
STOPPLE® Train Plugging System
 
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With the development of the STOPPLE® Train plugging system, TDW has answered the industry's need for advanced safety in high pressure applications. A true innovation in plugging technology, the STOPPLE® Train system allows two plugging heads to be inserted through a single fitting. When the void between the heads is bled down, the seal on the secondary head provides double block and bleed pressures up to 1,480 psi. This revolutionary design helps reduce fitting costs, welding time, potential leak paths and safety concerns associated with pressurized piping systems.
Views: 109381 T.D. Williamson
How to remove stripped screws – 7 different ways
 
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In this video I look at how to remove some stripped screws by using everything from an elastic band to a dedicated damaged screw removal bit. The 7 techniques used in this video are- Elastic band Impact screwdriver Damaged screw remover Trend Grab it pro Left handed drill bit Centre punch Cold chisel There is no one method that works on all screws and if you get a long wood screw with a stripped head you have not much chance of removing it.
Views: 1439391 Ultimate Handyman
How to remove a stubborn tap head gear
 
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http://www.ultimatehandyman.co.uk/forum1/ shows how to remove a stubborn head gear from a pillar tap. The head gear can be difficult to remove and it is essential that the tap is not moved or a leak can develop underneath the sink. This video shows how to easily remove a head gear that is stuck without moving the tap.
Views: 299480 Ultimate Handyman
Installing an Air Tight Chimney Cap to Stop Air Leakage
 
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http://www.drenergysaver.com | 1-888-225-6260 In this specific job, Dr. Energy Saver was called in to help this home owner cut energy loss while enjoying the heat of a very peculiar fireplace configuration. His fireplace was fitted with a wood stove, and a stainless steel chimney pipe ran through the masonry flue. In homes with a fireplace, the chimney is one of the biggest air leakage sources in the entire structure, regardless of whether the fireplace is lit or not. Heated air in the living space tends to rise towards areas with colder temperature, and the flue from the fireplace to the top of the chimney is basically a hole in your house providing the ideal escape route for heated air. Closing traditional chimney dampers will not stop air leakages because the typical cast iron damper doesn't seal too well and allows air to get by. Wood burning stoves cause a lot of air leakage. When lit, the stove speeds up the leakage process. The stove uses surrounding air for combustion, causing more outside air to be sucked in to replenish the supply. That means that the area next to it might feel warmer thanks to the radiant heat from the fire, but further away from that room, the rooms feel colder, and homeowners can experience cold drafts coming from windows and doors. In addition, the steel pipe expands and contracts with temperature variations. In this case, there were holes around the damper for the air to escape through the masonry flue. To help this homeowner, Dr. Energy Saver installed an air tight chimney cap to stop the air leakage. If you have a fireplace that is causing cold drafts and uneven temperatures around the house, let the experts at Dr. Energy Saver inspect and suggest the best and most cost effective solution to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient.
Views: 140360 Dr. Energy Saver
Tube Fitting Assembly One Inch and Under
 
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The Swagelok Tube Fitting is designed to provide a leak-tight seal for pressures up to the suggested allowable pressure rating of the tubing. The two-ferrule, mechanical-grip, hinging-colleting type connection consists of a fitting body, a nut, a front ferrule, and a back ferrule. The video shows the three-step process for assembling tube fittings that are one inch and smaller. More information on tube fittings: http://www.swagelok.com/products/fittings/tube-fittings-tube-adapters.aspx?cid=yt_tfaunder1_web Contact a Sales and Service Center: http://www.swagelok.com/default.aspx?cid=yt_tfaunder1_dl?showLSS=Y
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How to Seamlessly Join Two Pieces of Pipe - Kevin Caron
 
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From http://www.kevincaron.com - Artist Kevin Caron shows how to seamlessly weld together two pieces of metal pipe, rod or square tubing .... Sometimes you are working on a project - making a fence, a cage, whatever - and your pipe or rod is a little short, so you want to add a piece of scrap to get your correct length and have a smooth piece of pipe. To show you how to join them to make a single piece of metal pipe or rod, Caron starts by taking two lengths of metal pipe over to his chopsaw. But before he puts his stock into the saw, he uses his framing square to check against the backstop and the blade to make sure the chopsaw is set at 90 degrees before he makes his cut. Once that's confirmed, he secures the stock. Caron emphasizes, though, that when you put your stock into the chopsaw, you don't have to crush it - just make sure it's snug. He puts on his safety glasses and hearing protection, then cuts off the ends of both of the pieces he is going to join to get a clean, straight area. Next he goes over to his bench grinder, which he's modified so he can add a 4-1/2" soft pad - which he usually uses on his hand-held angle grinder - on the outside of the grinding wheel. He dresses the edge of each pipe, giving it a nice chamfer, or bevel, and touches the flat end of the pipe to remove any burrs so it will jig up neatly. He lays both pieces of pipe on a piece of thick-walled angle iron, which gives him a straight 90-degree edge - the angle iron is great for square tubing and pipe. Everything fits together and lines up so he can weld down into the joint. He has a good kerf that gives ample penetration while allowing him to grind the welded joint smooth and flush. Next he clamps down each pipe with a Kantwist clamp, which has an X in its bottom pad that lets you lock everything in place. Because it's a tiny joint, Caron uses 1/16" E3 tungsten sharpened almost to a point and some 1/16" filler rod in his TIG welder. Caron then tacks both sides of the pipe because a single tack on the top can result in a bow. Then he welds a small tack on the top, rolls the pipe over, reclamps it, and gets a tack on the other side. So now he has tacked it on all four "corners." Then he welds between the tacks. When the welding is done, he lets the pipe cool down a minute or two, then uses his 4-1/2" angle grinder with a soft pad to smooth the surface. Caron checks his work with a straight edge, looking for light between the pipe and the straight edge. Finally, he can finish the job with some 80 grit and some 120 grit with long passes to hide the weld. For more how-to videos, visit http://www.kevincaron.com
Views: 252749 Kevin Caron, Artist
How to Plumb a Tee Into an Installed PVC Pipe : Plumbing Plans & Problems
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowatHomeChannel Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowatHomeChannel Plumbing a tee into an installed PVC pipe is something you might want to do if you're in the middle of a remodeling project. Plumb a tee into an installed PVC pipe with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip. Expert: Joshua Clement Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: You can save a great deal of money by doing basic plumbing repairs on your own. Get tips on plumbing plans and problems with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video series.
Views: 62551 ehowathomechannel
3 Ways to Repair PVC Irrigation Pipe
 
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Repair PVC irrigation pipe using a new product, the flexible coupling, or a compression coupling, or a telescoping coupling.
Views: 183421 Lou Anella
How to Repair PVC: The Slip Fix Fitting
 
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Greg Chick, Ramona's Plumber shows how to repair a PVC pipe where this is limited space pipe movement using a slip fix fitting. The slip fix produces a strong joint that can handle high pressure. But because it is a solvent joint in PVC, the pipe must be dry and requires some cure time. PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT For more information, go to http://www.DIYplumbingAdvice.com All posted questions will be answered. Thanks!
Views: 247754 ramonasplumber
How to Repair a Cast-Iron Toilet Flange
 
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_6Bj6nmo-o This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to replace a badly corroded cast-iron flange. (See the shopping list, tools, and steps below.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for How to Repair a Cast-Iron Toilet Flange: - Plastic expansion closet flange, to replace old cast-iron flange - Large sponge and bucket, for sopping up water - Four wood blocks, used as spacers beneath the new closet flange - Rubber gasket, for sealing toilet to flange Tools for How to Repair a Cast-Iron Toilet Flange: - Wrench, to loosen and tighten hex nuts - Close-quarter hacksaw, for sawing through bolts - Stiff-blade putty knife, to scrape off wax gasket - Screwdriver - Hammer and cold chisel, for chopping out the cast-iron flange - Pliers, to pull out the old flange - Wet/dry vacuum, for collecting dust and debris - Ratcheting hex-key wrench, to tighten the flange screws Steps for How to Repair a Cast-Iron Toilet Flange: 1. Close the shut-off valve behind the toilet to stop the flow of water. 2. Remove the lid from the toilet tank. Flush the toilet and hold down the flush lever to drain as much water from the tank as possible. 3. Reach inside the tank and unscrew the ball float. 4. Use a large sponge to sop up the remaining water from inside the tank and from the bottom of the toilet bowl. 5. Remove the nuts from the closet bolts on each side of the toilet base. If the nuts are rusted in place, cut through the bolts with a close-quarter hacksaw. 6. Unscrew the water-supply line from the underside of the toilet tank. 7. Rock the toilet back and forth to break its wax seal with the drainpipe. Lift the toilet and carry it out of the room. 8. Use a stiff-blade putty knife to scrape away the wax gasket from the closet flange. 9. Unscrew and remove any extension rings to expose the cast-iron closet flange. 10. If the flange is badly corroded, use a hammer and cold chisel to chop out the flange. 11. Pull the loosened flange out of the cast-iron drainpipe with a pair of pliers. 12. Vacuum up all dust and debris from around the drainpipe and bathroom floor. 13. Set four wood blocks around the drainpipe to hold the new closet flange at the correct height. 14. Install a plastic expansion closet flange into the cast-iron drainpipe. 15. Use a ratcheting hex-key wrench to tighten the four screws on the inside of the flange until the flange is tightly wedged into the drainpipe. 16. Slide two new closet bolts into the slotted keyways in the flange. 17. Place a rubber toilet gasket over the bolts and onto the closet flange. 18. Set the toilet back into place on top of the gasket. 19. Onto each closet bolt put a plastic washer, stainless-steel washer, and hex nut. Alternately tighten each nut with a wrench, being careful not to crack the toilet base. 20. Trim off the excess bolt with the hacksaw. 21. Snap on the plastic caps to conceal the closet bolts. 22. Reattach the water-supply line to the underside of the toilet tank. 23. Screw the ball float back onto the flush valve. 24. Open the shut-off valve and flush the toilet to ensure it's working properly. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 730181 This Old House
Remove Plastic Faucet Nut Tips & DIY Tool
 
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Cheap & easy to make DIY tool. Tips on how to remove plastic kitchen & bathroom plastic faucet nuts. If you can't access the plastic mounting nut on a kitchen or bathroom faucet and a basin wrench won't fit, you can make your own plastic nut sink wrench with a piece of pvc pipe. Also shown in this video are some tips and tricks on how to remove stuck plastic nuts on a kitchen faucet, bathroom faucet or a water supply line. Check out my other videos, bookmark this channel by subscribing, it’s free! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUsfNTwfDV3Ry_CFHJ9BeKA
Views: 22556 Know How Now
How To Remove Honda Bar Ends and Cores
 
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You can't mount anything BUT Honda bar ends to Honda cores. You also can't mount mirrors to the cores because they will vibrate like crazy. Solution: REMOVE THEM! Here's how! ----------------------------------- Facebook: www.facebook.com/aimlessmoto Instagram: www.instagram.com/aimlessmoto ----------------------------------- All songs featured are either property of AimlessMoto or used under a Creative Commons "Attribution/Share-Alike" license unless otherwise specified. Most songs found on Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/nocopyrightsounds ------------------------------------- Not all content uploaded by AimlessMoto enacted by AimlessMoto.
Views: 74863 AimlessMoto
HOW TO FIT AN OUTSIDE TAP - Plumbing Tips
 
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This video is all about how to fit an outdoor garden tap or faucet. From siting the tap and drilling the hole through your wall to piping it up using copper pipe and installing valves and non return valves. Follow me Instagram! http://www.plumberparts.co.uk/social.php?socail=Instagram ***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.wilo.co.uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk ***Facebook*** http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001119410854 ***Twitter*** https://twitter.com/#!/plumberparts Hello and welcome to today plumberparts.co.uk video. This video is gonna be all about how to fit an outside tap. There's a couple of ways you can do it. Two types of kits, there's also a kit you can get where everything comes in one massive piece. You have the hose, you have a check valve with all those bits and bobs on it. We're not gonna do it like that, we're gonna do it properly with hard pipe. We're gonna use some soldering, it's gonna be bloody great. Remember to hold tight. Once you've chosen the position for your outside tap, we're gonna try and get it about here, directly under this middle spine of this window. Now it's always easier if you can try and put your tap underneath the kitchen sink outside because you've got your cold feed out there already. A couple of things you need to think about is you probably don't wanna be feeding the outside with softened water supply because you'll be paying for softened water to go outside into your grass. A bit dumb. And also when buying the tap, if your tap you buy doesn't have a built in check valve, that's a non-return valve, you have to buy a non-return valve separately because you cannot have the possibility of water going back into the main from any outside tap. I've chosen where I'm gonna put it. I am not gonna punch a hole through the wall and we're actually gonna feed the tap through and affix to the wall and then I'll show you how to do the connexions out from the other side. Right, so the particular outside tap pack we've got today is one like this. So you can just push it straight into the wall. Obviously a lot of the time you have big tap that have an angled upward inch and a half female plate that you actually screw into the wall. Then you have to screw it in. So that means sometimes you have a bit of 15mm, a 15mm elbow coming up and then going into the plate. But these are slightly simpler, a bit easier to do. So it's a matter of pushing it into the hole now, marking our three holes, drilling them and getting them plugged. Little tip, before you do that, just pop some tape over getting inside your pipe. Drill and plug. I've almost got our plugs in. Just grab yourself a little bit of silicon, pop that in here around this so then if you do get any rain or anything like that, it doesn't get into your home, get all over the place. Popped in beautiful like that. That will stop any water getting in. Right now tighten up your three screws nice and tight. Once this is all in nicely done up and you've smoothed off the silicon around the bottom, or around wherever it may have spread out, don't use the PTFE they supply with the tap okay 'cause it's poo. You wanna use LocTite, this stuff's really good because you need this tap to stay upright and stable and Lock Tight not only seals the joint, but actually creates a really tough, hard to move joint as well once it's in. So how you put that on, you just wrap it and you actually cross it over the threads like so. So you actually sort of go over the thread like that. Then that gets that in. I just wanna run that nice into there. Apprentices always put too much on when they start using this stuff. Then we just run it in, just start off hand tight like that. It's already gotten tight now. So what you wanna do is get yourself, I don't really get that out with the hands. I got a lot of time for that. So we're done outside, no we've got our tap in, make sure that you turn it off. And now we're gonna go inside and I'll show you how to do your connexions up in there. Right now, so here we are under the sink. There's out pipe sticking out as I'm sure you'd a guessed. Right, what we're gonna do it I'll put a little elbow on here. Our cold water is this pipe just down at the bottom here. So just T, we just elbow and T into that cold pipe nice and easy. But along the way, going up we need a valve that turns off the outside and also our check valve or non-return valve. We'll put them in like that on the way out. If you wanna learn more about check valves or anything like that, we do have video on it. I'll leave a link to it at the end of this video. I'm just gonna cut very small piece, put that into there with that arrow pointing up. Pop that piece into there with that arrow pointing up, then this arrow going in the same direction. Pop that in there and then we're gonna tighten these two up.
Views: 298989 plumberparts
How To Make a One-Way Check Valve - For Cheap!!
 
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The most expensive parts of a water pump, or DIY Super Soaker, are usually the check valves. In this project, we're making some from scratch, for as little as $0.35 each. Endcard Links: Water Pump: https://goo.gl/3qGR5C Rocket Rifle: https://goo.gl/cqWcvB Candy Cannon: https://goo.gl/Asr1P6 Butter Candle: https://goo.gl/kUq0Bc See What Else I’m Up To: Instagram: https://goo.gl/C0Q1YU Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBTheKingOfRandom Pinterest: http://bit.ly/pingrant Business Inquiries: For business and sponsorship inquiries please contact us directly: http://www.youtube.com/thekingofrandom/about WARNING: The pressure tests and claims made on these check-valves is based solely on my personal experiences with the ones demonstrated in the video. Individual results may vary, and caution and care should be taken when loading the valves with high pressure. The risk of higher pressures is that the balls may be forced from the adaptor, shooting out like projectiles. High pressures may also cause the ball to lock up, preventing normal operation of the valve, or possibly even structural failure of the valve altogether. These valves are not made, or claimed, to be used in any heavy duty operations. Use of this content is at your own risk. Music By: Music by Jason Shaw (TU-GetAMoveOn) http://www.audionautix.com Project Inspired By: WaterWolf http://www.sscentral.org/homemade/check_valves.html Project History & More Info: I wanted to build a PVC water pump, but the check valves were around $10.00 each. That seemed a little steep for a PVC build, so while looking for alternative options, I settled on this design, which is about the cheapest, while still being practical and useful, that I could imagine. In my testing, the valves work great with air and water. Air pressures up to 60PSI seemed to be fine for normal operation, while pressures above 60PSI occasionally caused the ball to lock into the O-Ring, and required substantial "back-pressure" to unlock it. If you try using rubber bouncy balls as the valve mechanism, only use them in very low pressure applications like blowing up balloons, and possibly for improvised water guns. Relatively high pressures used with these balls seems to eventually force them out of the adaptor, and can shoot them out at surprising velocities. Overall, I'm really happy with the valves because they can be fit into any part of a PVC system, and can be duplicated quickly, easily, and for very very low cost.
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The REAL way to save a fitting! (Works everytime) | GOT2LEARN
 
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This video will show you how to salvage an already glued fitting with basic tools. Go visit Construction Fasteners & Tools for AMAZING prices on tools and equipment! →https://cf-t.com/ ____________________________________________________ OTHER COOL VIDEOS: →THE 10 GREATEST PLUMBING TRICKS EVER! https://youtu.be/kcPujpVPSMk Let me know what you think by commenting and rating this video! To become a Got2Learn Subscriber: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtxLpSnpxNiHAchvCX-4Dsg?sub_confirmation=1 You can also follow me on Instagram and Facebook, I post pictures and videos daily of any project I am implicated in, thanks! →https://www.instagram.com/got2learn →https://www.facebook.com/got2learn **Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, LIKE & SHARE to help make the channel grow and also to be eligible to win some COOL prizes. Also, click the "BELL" icon next to the subscribe button to be notified when my next videos are released !
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How To Make "Screw-Lock" Sugar Rockets
 
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Some quick links to a few of the materials I used: Screw lock sugar rockets [✓] 12” x 3/4” PVC sprinkler riser: http://amzn.to/2cH4URc [✓] Spectricide stump remover: http://amzn.to/2bXudia [✓] Powdered sugar: http://amzn.to/2bXsTfe [✓] Uncented kitty litter: http://amzn.to/2cG52NZ [✓] Magic bullet: http://amzn.to/2cG5Gen Promo Code: THEKINGOFRANDOM for $50 off a premium mattress: http://bit.ly/CasperHybridMattress How To Make "Screw-Lock" Sugar Rockets that lock and load within seconds, and have a built in parachute ejection charge, so you can get your rockets back safely. Special thanks to Casper.com for sponsoring another one of my videos! Endcard Links: Randomizer Rocket: https://goo.gl/wH55Kx Simple Chutes: https://goo.gl/vWeCxn N64 Rocket Controller: https://goo.gl/AnNBG2 Rocket Igniters: http://bit.ly/RocketIgniters Next Video: How To Make Fire-Resistant Rocket Wadding (For Pennies) : https://goo.gl/oFwoCu Previous Video: Thunder Caps: https://goo.gl/0XJpO1 See What Else I’m Up To: Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBTheKingOfRandom Instagram: https://goo.gl/C0Q1YU Pinterest: http://bit.ly/pingrant Business Inquiries: For business and sponsorship inquiries please contact us directly: http://www.youtube.com/thekingofrandom/about FTC Disclaimer: This video was sponsored by Casper. (#ad) WARNING: This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Although sugar rockets are the slowest burning of all rocket fuels, this project should not be attempted without adult supervision, proper permits, adequate training, and at a location far away from people, property, and anything flammable. Misuse, or careless use, of rocket propellants may result in serious injury, wildfire, and in extreme cases, death. Ignition of an incendiary or explosive material may not be legal in your area. Check local laws and inquire with local rocketry clubs on how to safely make and launch sugar rockets. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that every project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK. Music By: Scott & Brendo “Kitten Air” Instrumental iTunes: http://bit.ly/ScottBrendoiTunes YouTube: www.youtube.com/scottandbrendo Project Inspired By: A previous project on making Sugar Rockets (http://bit.ly/RedneckRocketry). I wanted a way to lock and load them into a homemade rocket, so they'd eject a parachute in a way that was light weight for the rocket, but still safe. Project History & More Info: I'm really excited to share my passion for building and launching rockets with completely home-made equipment. In my opinion, it's the best way to learn about how rocketry really works. In a previous project (http://bit.ly/SugarRocket) I made rocket motors using PVC, sugar, kitty litter, and stump remover. They worked so well they made me want to design a rocket they could be used with, and my friend Ritchie Kinmont with http://www.sonicdad.com was instrumental in making that project actually happen. I made this tutorial to be a more comprehensive sugar motor tutorial, going over all the things you'd need to do to make a successful motor that will work with the "Randomizer" rocket, and addressing some of the issues and challenges I've faced in the past with failed attempts. The 'Screw-Lock" version features threaded PVC risers, that allow the motors to quickly be changed, for faster turn-around times, and they have built in ejection charges for popping out the parachute at apogee. I played around with ejection charges in the "Redneck Rocketry" video (http://bit.ly/RedneckRocketry) I realize most people aren't very excited by building rockets, but for those who are, I hope you feel the same sense of wonder and awe as I did in building this series. Most rocket clubs won't let you fly sugar motors, except on special experimental launch days. However, the “Randomizer” rocket can also be used with commercial “Estes” D12-3 and E9-6 black power motors. So if you go with those, there's a good chance they'll let you fly your rocket at any club launch. The rocket can fly over 1,000 feet high, and depending on the winds, can stay in the air for around 5 minutes while it floats back to the ground, so it's important to be super cautious where, and when, you launch to avoid doing any damage. Rockets are not toys, and this video is mainly for educational and demonstrational purposes. If you’re going to attempt making a rocket yourself, I highly suggest you check local laws and inquire with local rocketry clubs on how to safely make and launch them.
Views: 5158420 The King of Random
How To Remove Rounded & Seized Bolts On A Bike | Maintenance Monday
 
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The moment a tool rounds off in the socket, your heart feels like it stops. Simon is here with some bits of advice for removing rounded bolts from bike parts. Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Get exclusive GCN gear in the GCN shop! http://gcn.eu/fB Let us know your methods, hacks and tips for removing rounded bolts in the comments below Ex-Professional Cyclist gives you advice and methods of removing those rounded bolt heads on components, using a shoe cleat bolt as an example in this case. A hack we were sent in was putting a rubber band over the head of the hex/allen/torx key. The idea is that the rubber band fills the empty space in the rounded off bolt head. Let us know if that works for you It is also possible to use a Torx key in the head of a rounded off allen/hex socket, you will normally need to hit the Torx key into the socket, and run the risk of damaging your Torx key… Before attempting to remove a bolt with what looks to have a damaged head/socket it is worth soaking the threads in penetrating fluid. Visiting a local hardware store is best for this, as there are some great products out there. Also, Coca-Cola has been known to break down any corrosion too. Drilling bolts out is a last resort, ideally a bench drill is used for this so that you get a clean drill through the bolt. In this instance, the cleat can be sacrificed. Hacksaw the cleat away from the shoe, and use molegrips to twist/undo the bolt from the thread. Before you do this, soak the bolt in penetrating fluid or similar, overnight. Lastly, to help prevent bolts become seized in place, presenting you with rounded off bolt heads/sockets. My personal advice (GCN Jon) is to use a high grade marine grease or copper grease on threads, this will help prevent salt from getting into the threads and causing a rusty joint between the two components. A tip we’ve also heard of, on cleats, is to put some silicone sealant in the head/socket of the bolt, this helps prevent foreign objects interfering with the socket. The silicone can then be removed easily with a pick when it comes to time to remove the bolt. If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link 👍 http://gcn.eu/fC Watch more on GCN... How & Where To Use Grease, Fiber Grip, Threadlock + Anti Seize On Your Bike 📹 http://gcn.eu/1uauKuI How To Set Up Cleats For Clipless Pedals 📹 http://gcn.eu/1ukHFu4 Photos: © Bettiniphoto / http://www.bettiniphoto.net/ & ©Tim De Waele / http://www.tdwsport.com About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Alta Badia:http://gcn.eu/AltaBadia- // Maratona Dles Dolomites: http://gcn.eu/MaratonaDlesDolomites- Assos of Switzerland: http://gcn.eu/Assos KASK helmets: http://gcn.eu/KASK fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: http://gcn.eu/fizikshoes and http://gcn.eu/fiziksaddles Topeak tools: http://gcn.eu/Topeak Canyon bikes: http://gcn.eu/-Canyon Quarq: http://gcn.eu/Quarq DT Swiss: http://gcn.eu/DtSwiss Science in Sport: http://gcn.eu/SiS Orbea bikes: http://gcn.eu/Orbea Trek Bicycles: http://gcn.eu/-Trek Vision wheels: http://gcn.eu/Vision Zipp wheels: http://gcn.eu/Zipp power2max: http://gcn.eu/power2max Wahoo Fitness: http://gcn.eu/Wahoo-Fitness Park Tool: http://gcn.eu/-parktool Continental tyres: http://gcn.eu/continental- Camelbak: http://gcn.eu/camelbak- YouTube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW Leave us a comment below!
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How to lift drain covers. (Man hole covers) to clear blocked drains.
 
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Need to lift a drain cover? Got a blocked drain? Take this link for a video on how to clear it. https://youtu.be/tI8wfzroO94 Not the video you were looking for? Save further searching. We have over 150 plumbing/heating videos that you really can do yourself! There is also an ask `AL tab` tab on our website. http://www.dereton33.co.uk
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Plasson Compression Water Pipe End Plugs
 
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Plasson compression end plug with centre stop, grip ring and O ring seal. Available in 5 pipe sizes 20mm, 25mm, 32mm, 50mm & 63mm. http://www.draindepot.co.uk/water-pipes/water-pipe-fittings.html
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Quick Disconnects - Hydraulic Hose Connectors
 
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Quick Disconnects are the very best, and easiest way to separate a hydraulic line, and to put it back together. http://www.tifco.com
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How to Replace a Kitchen Sink and Faucet
 
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMEAKraoh6c This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey heads to Colorado to help a homeowner install a new kitchen sink and faucet. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for Replacing a Kitchen Sink and Faucet: - 18-gauge stainless-steel sink - Single-lever kitchen faucet - Rubber cap with stainless-steel hose clamp, for sealing pipe end] - Plumber's putty, used to water-seal fittings - PVC pipe and assorted fittings, for making up the drainpipe Tools List for Replacing a Kitchen Sink and Faucet: - Adjustable wrench, used to disconnect water-supply lines - Pliers, for tightening threaded fittings - Screwdriver - Putty knife, for freeing sink from countertop - PVC pipe handsaw, used to cut plastic pipe - Nut driver, for tightening hex-head fasteners - PVC cutter, used to cut plastic pipe   Steps for Replacing a Kitchen Sink and Faucet: 1. Close the hot- and cold-water shutoff valves under the sink. 2. Use an adjustable wrench to disconnect the water-supply lines from the valves. 3. Disconnect the trap from the sink's drainpipe using pliers. 4. Loosen the screws that hold the sink to the underside of the countertop. 5. Slide a putty knife under the rim of the sink to break its bond with the countertop. 6. Unplug the garbage disposer, and pull the sink from the countertop. 7. Place the new faucet onto the new sink. Tighten the locking nut to secure the faucet to the sink deck. 8. Slip the counterweight onto the spray hose, then connect the spray hose to the faucet. 9. Cut out and remove the existing PVC standpipe and trap for the garbage disposer. 10. Seal the old drainpipe with a rubber cap. Tighten the cap's stainless-steel hose clamp with a nut driver. 11. Set the new sink into place, then from below, use a screwdriver to tighten each mounting clip. 12. Connect the water-supply lines to the hot- and cold-water shutoff valves. 13. Put plumber's putty around the flange on the garbage disposer's throat fitting, then press the fitting down into one of the sink's drain holes. 14. From below the sink, slip two adapters and a lock ring onto the throat fitting. 15. Use a screwdriver to tighten the three screws on the lock ring. 16. Install a gasket and basket strainer into the remaining drain hole. Tighten the lock nut from below with pliers. 17. Scrape away the excess putty that squeezes out from beneath the throat fitting and basket strainer, and save for reuse on another job. 18. Remove the knockout plug from the side of the disposer using a screwdriver. 19. Lift the disposer onto the lock ring and tighten with a screwdriver. 20. Run PVC pipe from the sink trap to the tailpiece that protrudes down from the sink's basket strainer. 21. Install a T-fitting and PVC pipe to span from the drainpipe to the disposer. Trim the pipe to length, if necessary, with a PVC cutter. 22. Connect the drainpipe to the T-fitting with a compression fitting. 23. Tighten the two screws on the yoke to secure the opposite pipe end to the side of the disposer. 24. Connect the discharge hose from the dishwasher to the port protruding from the disposer. 25. Plug in the disposer's power cord, then open the hot- and cold-water shutoff valves. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 656264 This Old House
Washing machine Pump Filter stuck wont open Jammed removing coins screw and bra wires etc
 
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Tutorial: http://www.how-to-repair.com/help/how-to-open-washing-machine-filter-that-is-stuck-or-jammed/ If your washing machine filter will not come off then there is a high chance that there is a blockage in the actual pump, this video will show you a technique for removing the filter without damaging it, it will also show you how to service the pump while you have it apart. Please remember to subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/user/Apart4u?sub_confirmation=1 Remember to Shop with www.how-to-repair.com and it would help us by posting the video or the website on your timeline. This helps us a lot and if we really helped you can always buy us a beer http://how-to-repair.com/help/buy-paul-a-beer/ Please remember to mark us to your favourites also I would be grateful if you would subscribe to our channels social media as this really helps my site and keeps us going. YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/user/Apart4u Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/how.to.repair.appliances
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Pex Pipe Plumbing (The Complete Series)
 
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You can buy the parts seen in this video here:. Thank You. Pex Start-up kit http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7tq/ Pex System Manifold: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7tn/ Pex Tool: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a440 Pex Pipe 3/4 Red: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7us/ Pex Pipe 3/4 Blue: Pex Pipe 1/2 Red: http://go.magik.ly/ml/a7v2/ Plumbing with Pex Pipe. I really hope you guys like and find this plumbing video very helpfully. This plumbing job was done back in September 2016. The story of the house is that the home was flooded out in a heavy rainstorm back in April 2016 and after that, the home had to be gutted out and renovated. The rainwater had done so much damage and it was no longer safe in the move back in. Much of the wood had to replace the roof, electrical, Plumbing and even all the bricks were removed and the home was re-bricked. This was a great opportunity to replace all the hot and cold water lines. I was the one renting this house before the flood. I lost just about everything. Just in case you guys were wondering who live there and I didn’t want you guy’s thing that I thought lite of the situation. It was a bad flood, but things happen and life goes on, and given the opportunity to re-pipe the house was a great chance for me to video tape and post it here on YouTube. I do have another pex re-pipe plumbing video here on Youtube, but that was a house that all the walls and ceiling were in place. This job gives me a chance to show you guys what’s going on behind the walls and above your ceilings. And on this video I didn’t make up my own manifold/ Manoblock pex distribution box for the pex pipe plumbing system here you get a chance to see how I really Anker the pex brass fittings down and how the tub and shower valve are installed. The list of plumbing pipe and fittings I used. 1- ½ ", 18 Port Compression MANABLOC (8 hot, 10 cold) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J33N5E/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 2- Set of 2 Mounting Straps $3.29 1- MANABLOC Wrench For Compression Lock-in Nuts https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J0WPHY/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 1- Valve T-Handle.74 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0069TJPA2/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 300’ Of ½ “ Aquapex Red https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J3TTA2/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 300’ Of ½ “ Aquapex Blue https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008J3TTA2/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 100’ Of ¾ Blue Pex Pipe $62.81 100’ Of ¾ Red Pex Pipe https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ENNZAQ4/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 9 - ½ " ProPEX x 1/2" FIP Drop Ear Elbow (Lead Free Brass) $72.36 2- ¾ " ProPEX x 3/4" FIP Drop Ear Elbow (Lead Free Brass) $34.26 1- ProPex washing machine Outlet Box (LF Brass) Valves https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0142NP5GO/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 9- 3/4" x 6" Galv Nipple $4.16 9- ½ Galvanized Caps https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BQMRVI/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 2- ¾ x 6” Galvanized nipple https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FPAL9A/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 100- ½ " ProPEX Ring w/ Stop $17.00 100- ¾ " ProPEX Ring w/ Stop https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01069UNJM/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing 1- MANABLOC Supply End Cap $5.26 2- ¾ " Compression x MANABLOC Supply Adapter $52.12 2- ½ " Monticello Posi-Temp Pressure Balance Valve (ProPEX w/ Stops) $151.90 2- ¾ " Galv 90° Elbow $4.42 1- ¾ " x ½ " x ¾ " Galv Tee $12.10 20- ½ " x 4 ½ " Galv Nipple $17.00 2- 10’ of ½ Copper piper type “m” $19.44 2- ½ Female sweat tub/shower drop ear elbow Lead free $9.68 1- ProPex Ice Maker Box w/ Brackets. ½ “(LF Brass) valve https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0142NOLAU/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing This is a list of the items I used to re-pipe this home along with other little odds and ends. I hope this will give you guys an insight of what you may need to order for your re-pipe project. I would recommend you shop around, because after checking around I did find some items at a cheaper price local. The Most important tool I used was the M12 ProPEX Expansion Tool Kit made by Milwaukee https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0048EJX7U/_encoding=UTF8?ref=exp_inf_pl_howtoplumbing Give this video a thumbs up 👍 and become a subscriber. Thanks
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How to Fix a Toilet - Fill Valve Replacement
 
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http://www.homeownerseries.com Fill Valve Repair = http://youtu.be/IB0VHdhUR1s?hd=1 Fill Valve Part Overview = http://youtu.be/bNQFOwuUCKg?hd=1 To view the Fill Valve Replacement Playlist = http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4A143A19D85596B2 Replacing the Fill Valve Diagnostic The Toilet Fill Valve controls the amount of water in the tank of the toilet. This assembly should be replaced if it begins to not shut off correctly, becomes damaged, or corroded. To minimize any disruptions in service, it is suggested that the Fill Valve be replaced every five years as part of regular toilet maintenance. Parts A new fill valve assembly can be purchased at hardware or plumbing supply stores. The package should include the Fill valve assembly, refill tube, lock nut and any gaskets. Tools The tools needed to replace the Fill Valve are a pair of rib joint pliers, an adjustable open-end wrench, and a small plastic bin. Replacement Begin the replacement of the toilet fill valve by removing the tank's lid, turning off the water supply valve, and flushing the toilet. If the toilet already has an existing Fill Valve, and the base is in good condition, then the fill valve may be quickly replaced by reaching to the base of the fill valve and pulling up the lock ring, removing the refill tub, and sliding the Fill Valve off of its base. The new Fill Valve is installed by simply removing the base that came with it and sliding it onto the existing base in the toilet. Reach behind the Fill Valve and snap the lock ring down into place. Then attach the refill tube to the overflow tube and adjust the new fill valve for optimal water level. If the Fill Valve base in the toilet is not in good condition, then the entire unit will need to be replaced as follows. With the tank empty, position a plastic bin to collect water under the water supply hose and unscrew the hose from the base of the tank, having any water drain into the plastic bin below. Now with an adjustable open-end wrench, or rib joint pliers, unscrew the lock nut located on the shank of the fill valve. With the nut removed the entire assembly can be pulled out of the tank. The old assembly should be placed into the plastic bin as it may continue to drain water. With the old assembly removed, take the new unit and adjust the height to best suit the height of the tank and overflow tube, usually around 1-inch below the tank's edge. Insert the threaded end into the hole where the previous assembly was removed. Position the new assembly and thread the lock nut by hand securing the tube upright. Once hand tight, secure the nut a quarter turn further with the rib joint pliers to insure a watertight seal. Now re-attach the water supply hose to the fill valve's shank. Place the fill valve's refill hose into the overflow tube. The refill hose must not extend below the tank's water line or water will constantly siphon from the tank. Most fill valve kits should include a metal clip or angle adaptor that, when installed, will prevent the refill tube from going below the water line. Once in place, turn on the water-supply valve and the tank will begin to fill. Make any adjustments to the water level by sliding the adjustment clip, located on the fill valve, to change the height of the float-cup. The tank's water level is best at about 1-inch below the top of the overflow tube located in the center of the toilet. Inspect the new connections to make sure that they are not leaking water, and flush the toilet to test the toilet's function. Once in order, replace the tank's lid to complete the project.
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Removing A Stuck Bolt When All Else Fails
 
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When you've got a bolt that has a rounded off head, it's hard, and very frustrating, to try to get it loose. On this stuck bolt, I tried a socket, vice grip pliers and even a pipe wrench, but couldn't get it off. Because the head was rounded off, and the position the bolt was in... well, I just couldn't get a good enough bite on it to loosen it. So... what to do? Well here is a great... last resort way... for removing a stuck, rounded-off bolt... when all else fails. Take care, alan Support My Channel for FREE by shopping on Amazon through THESE LINKS: http://amzn.to/2l7O6XW OR MY NEW AMAZON PAGE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/texasprepper2 ************* ALSO, Check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/texasprepper2 And click the link below to Subscribe to our Channel. Press the "BELL ICON" to get updated on the newest videos, and get informed when we add new content: https://www.youtube.com/user/texasprepper2?sub_confirmation=1 And remember, every week I upload new videos on the TexasPrepper2 Channel right here on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/texasprepper2 ************* Here's a link to the PB B'laster I highly recommend: https://amzn.to/2J1AWXW Here's the link to a Lincoln AC225 Welder (crackerbox) : https://amzn.to/2ILJzlW CONNECT WITH US: FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/TexasPrepper2/ TWITTER - https://twitter.com/TPrepper2 INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/Tprepper2/ ************* VISIT OUR SITES: https://www.youtube.com/user/texaspre... http://homesteadadvisor.com/ *************
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How to replace a roof pipe collar, vent collar, boot. Easy!
 
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The Home Mender shows how to replace a broken pipe collar on a shingle roof. Click the links below to see inside "Dustin's Toolbox" PS roofers charge up to 200 just to get up there! You can do it! super bar https://goo.gl/DedsdP pipe collar https://goo.gl/FbzEmp roof goo https://goo.gl/zs8Ssc DISCLAIMER: This description contains affiliate links that help support the channel and if you click on a product link, The Home Mender channel receives a small commission. Actually, if you buy anything that day, we do. It allows us to continue to make new videos like this one. I personally choose all of these links to help build confidence in and to educate my audience. Thank you ALL so much for your support! Let's get to it!
Views: 86667 Home Mender
How to Fix a Kitchen Sink Drain | Basic Plumbing
 
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Watch more Basic Plumbing videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/513655-How-to-Fix-a-Kitchen-Sink-Drain-Basic-Plumbing Okay, folks. So, today, I'm going to show you how to fix a kitchen sink drain. This is a very common repair, because they rot out quickly. The material that you most commonly see under a kitchen sink is this brass, here. This is 17-gauge brass, which is actually referring to the wall thickness of this pipe. This is called a tailpiece. In particular, this is a flanged tailpiece. You can see that flange. Behind me is a sketch of a sink, all right. This item here is called a basket strainer. You've probably seen this in your own sink. This is the stopper that you use that catches all the food. And below that, is the part that's permanently affixed to your sink; this is the basket strainer itself. So, for our purposes today, I've illustrated the basket strainer here, okay? This is the basket strainer, this assembly right here. And this, right there, is the tailpiece. So, when you get a leak below your kitchen sink, when you have a leak, all of a sudden, you open the cabinets one day and there's water below. Most likely, this, or some portion thereof, has rotted out, cracked, decayed; it's time for it to go. So, you need a few tools to get this done, okay? Once again, a Channellock. This time, we want them with the teeth. The reason I have two pair is so that in case I need to hold back, I can turn like so and gain torque that way. I'll demonstrate that in a moment. The other is a 20-cutter. 20 is the number of the cutter, okay? This is a big cutter so that you can get around this pipe to cut it, all right? Most likely, this comes at a standard 12-inch. You'll probably have to cut it to some length, depending on the height of your trap. The trap is that you shape the piece of pipe right there under every kitchen sink. And if it's not under your sink, it should be under there because somebody did something wrong. The purpose of the trap is to keep water in that U. To trap everything in the sewer, out in the sewer. Things like flies, bad smells and sewer gas, more dangerously. So, imagine the water level in the trap will be sitting right here. So, when water goes down from the sink, it goes out into the drain and out into the sewer. But that little U-shaped piece of pipe, the trap, keeps a little bit of water there to keep everything on this side of it, the street side we call it, out there. Now, when removing a basket strainer from an existing sink, it can kind of get hairy. So, imagine this basket strainer living in there for 15, 20 years. So, we've got the nut that holds the assembly onto the sink, like so. With time, that nut can fuse on and it gets really difficult to remove. So, the only caveat there, you might have to hire a plumber, because we need to get in there with a saw and cut it out and it can be a nightmare. If it's not and most of them aren't, you can use this tool here. There's no other purpose for this tool in the world other than that brass nut on the bottom of the basket strainer. It is designed solely for this brass nut. It fits on like so. See the little nubs on that nut? It grabs perfectly and you can turn that nut like this, okay? This is essential. A lot of guys, a lot of plumbers or homeowners, you can get the job done with the Channellocks but what you have to do and it's a pain, is grab those two nubs and then you get what I call the "knuckle buster." It slips, boom, and you smash your knuckles between the Channellocks. And then the next thing you do is throw them behind you. Probably hit your wife or husband or whoever's behind you and we have a bad day. So, I have the right tools for the job. Let's say we've got the basket strainer out and now, we're looking at a kitchen sink that's just a steel sink and there's a hole there. What you're going to do is take this piece here, this collar, as we call it. Put a roll of putty around that collar and smush it down into the sink. That putty is going to kind of keep it there. Okay, now, our head will be up here above the counter top. We're going to go beneath. What you're going to see are these threads here, okay? If I'm going to refer to my drawing, now we've got this collar stuck down into the sink. And we see these threads down here. Now, we can concentrate on putting the basket strainer assembly together. So, from under the sink, again, we're looking at these threads. Your drainage assembly will come with these two gaskets. One is a cardboard gasket. The other is a rubber gasket. The rubber gasket is what makes a watertight seal. The cardboard simply kind of holds it in place. So, you would, again, looking at these threads underneath, put these up, like so. Then you're going to take your brass nut. This wide brass n
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Tim's 1973 Mach 1 getting fuel tight gas cap. Is the tank breathing
 
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http://www.youtube.com/mustangmedicdotcom This video is part of a playlist, just wait for the next video after this one. If it does not play please check out our channel for the latest, and of course subscribe and live the adventure with MustangMedic. Take a look at our many Mustang Project Cars - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4E85AB734961DA71&feature=plcp http://www.MustangMedic.com http://Twitter.com/mustangmedic http://www.Facebook.com/MustangMediccom http://mustangmedic.com/mustang-history.html What makes us stand out and lead in the Mustang restoration business is our transparency. We produce a video series on YouTube for every car we restore, it is a day-by-day account of the work we do on this Mustang you want to see. You can see the progress from the day we purchase your future Mustang until the day you buy it from us. We have clients from all over the world hire us to work on their Mustang after and during the project they tell us they very happy with our work you the viewer can see everything we do and comment on our work. We know that says a lot about our credibility at MustangMedic. It also creates intrinsic value the the Mustang we call a MustangMedic Mustang. Our viewers are accountability partners they are fellow MustangMedics, they comment on the work we do. We course correct in the following video if need be. We do not take down our videos you see everything. This video series is truly a learning experience for everyone involved! William 760-413-4445 Hosting support supplied by: COEserve.com Thank you for watching, we hope you choose to join our Mustang community. Subscribe and spread the word you your fellow Mustang fans.
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Identifying Thread Pitch & Size
 
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Learn to identify thread pitch and size using calipers, a pitch gauge, and thread identification guide. Tapered and parallel threads are explained. More information on tube and pipe fittings: http://www.swagelok.com/products/fittings.aspx?cid=yt_threadID_fitting Contact a Sales and Service Center: http://www.swagelok.com/default.aspx?cid=yt_threadID_dl?showLSS=Y
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How to Apply Sealant to Threaded Fittings Precisely Where You Want it
 
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Link to applicators: https://mercedessource.com/store/preventative-maintenance-application-tool-kit-various-lubricants Using thread sealant on most NPT threads is a good idea to prevent leaks, BUT if you get too much sealant on the threads it can make handling the fittings after assembly very messy. Help fund my Youtube production costs by purchasing my in-depth Mercedes repair videos. Over 160 available https://mercedessource.com/store/search?keys=&category=All&chassis=All&location=All&type_1=2&condition=All or purchase my repair kits https://mercedessource.com/store/search?keys=&category=217&chassis=All&location=All&type_1=All&condition=All or specialty tools : https://mercedessource.com/store/search?keys=&category=All&chassis=All&location=All&type_1=2&condition=All
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How to Install an Insinkerator Garbage Disposal - PlumberStock.com
 
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https://www.plumbersstock.com/category/221/garbage-disposal/ https://www.plumbersstock.com/category/3071/insinkerator/ In this video West Harris shows us how to install a garbage disposal from Insinkerator. Insinkerator garbage disposals have long been the preffered brand by many homeowners because of their solid construction, quiet operation and dependable performance. Video Transcript: Welcome to our garbage disposal installation video. In this video West Harris shows us how to install an Insinkerator Badger One 1/3 horsepower garbage disposal. This garbage disposal features a powerful 1/3 horsepower engine, a rugged steel construction and an effective sound reduction system. We will start out installation by removing the clip ring and various fasteners from the bottom of the garbage disposal drain. You have the option here to use the included gasket for your drain or to use plumbers putty like West does. West prefers using putty over the included gasket because it provides a better seal and should last longer than the gasket as well. It's a good idea to clean out your sink to prevent any debris from interfering with the seal under your drain. Once the drain has been seated in the sink you may need to get some help for this next part. Ask someone to hold the drain in place from above the sink while you slide the fasteners into position and reattach the clip ring. At this point you can tighten the fasteners down, taking care not to over tighten them. If you used the plumbers putty instead of the gasket, now is a great time to clean off any of the excess putty from around your garbage disposal's drain. Now that the drain is installed we can turn our attention back to the garbage disposal itself. We will start by installing the rubber insert into the drain on the side of the garbage disposal. Then we will slide the chrome fastener plate onto the elbow pipe that is included with our garbage disposal. The flared end of the pipe will be installed into the rubber insert that we just installed inside of the garbage disposal. The metal plate can then be fastened to the disposal to form a tight fit that will prevent leaks. Above your elbow pipe you may notice a small barbed pipe. If you have a dishwasher, the dishwasher drain pipe can be installed onto this fitting. However, since there is no dishwasher involved in this installation we are going to simply let it be. It is now time to install the garbage disposal. Installation is simple but be careful since garbage disposals are very heavy. Simply slip the disposal into place. If you are looking at the disposal from below, the disposal attachment fitting will rotate on in a clockwise direction. Attach your Garbage disposal drain to your P trap using the hand fasteners. You should now test your connections by running some water down your garbage disposal drain. If no leaks are present, you are now ready to plug in your disposal and test it. We hope you enjoyed this brief tutorial. If you found this video helpful, hit the like button. If you want to see more videos like this one, feel free to subscribe to our channel and, as always, thanks for watching.
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How To Fix Leak on P TRAP
 
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Understanding plumbing is a great way to resolving the problems. Many times I talk to people that get aggravated with fixing leaks under their sink...here I take away the mystery.
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Loctite Stripped Thread Repair Tip  |  Fix My Hog
 
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Bob LaRosa gives us a demonstration on stripped thread repair. Form A Thread from Loctite makes it an easy fix. When an expensive component has a stripped thread there is no need to run out and get a new one. Loctite has a great product to make the repair and keep that component in service. Expensive or not, why replace when you can repair?
How to Unstick Rusted Nuts and Bolts
 
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Watch more Home Repair & DIY videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/155535-How-to-Unstick-Rusted-Nuts-and-Bolts Never be frustrated by a rusted nut and bolt again with this foolproof removal method. Step 1: Brush off Loosen as much rust as possible off the nut with a wire brush. Step 2: Tap Tap the sides of the nut with a hammer to help the rust separate and fall off. Step 3: Apply heat Apply heat to the side of the nut for about a minute. Tip A small, narrowly directed propane torch—one made especially for small jobs—will work best for this job, but be careful. Step 4: Spray lubricant When the bolt is cool enough to touch, spray WD-40 on and around the nut and bolt. Step 5: Tap Tap the end of the bolt with a hammer to loosen the threads and allow the oil to penetrate. Step 6: Loosen Wait another minute or so for the oil to work, and then use your wrench to loosen. Tip It sometimes helps to tighten the nut slightly and then try loosening it again. Step 7: Split it If all else fails, buy a nut splitter and crack that sucker in half. Always wear safety goggles when using a splitter. Did You Know? Painting an object prevents rust from forming by blocking water and air from reaching the iron or steel surface.
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