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Bath rail Can you please let me know how to fix my Bath rail. It not working after bleeding the radiator. Is there a problem with the valave?

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Bath rail Can you please let me know how to fix my Bath rail. It not working after bleeding the radiator. Is there a problem with the valave?

This is now working o.k
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Shower stall in master bath of a 15 yr old home. the shower started having water problems after about 1 year, leaking water onto the drywall next to the stall. we have tried everything-recalking, sealing the grout, checking plumbing to see if it was leaking. about 5 years ago, we took the whole shower down to the studs and started over-we retiled, grouted, sealed, and calked. water problems again with wetness on the drywall. we pulled out the calk to recalk again, the shower has not been used for 3 days, and water is still seeping out between the tile and shower pan. who should we call to fix this problem?

Did you use plastic pipe? What about the shower head? Does it have a rubber o-ring in it? Pull the pipe out of the wall at the shower head and peek inside for the o-ring. If it is there, just snug up the pipe, do not over tighten. We were ready with crow bars in hand to destroy a brand new shower we just finished, because we thought we had w broken pipe, Then the owner says he torqued up the shower head as tight as he could and I read where it had to be just finger tight. One more place to check is the faucet itself, take off the trim ring and look in there for drips. It could be filling up the wall cavity and stay wet for days. I would take apart the drywall on the other side before busting up the tile again. Check it out.
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What is causing air in my cold water line and how do I fix it?

Try running all the water in the whole house at once. all toilets. outside faucets, washing machine, ect... assuming you have no leaks.
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My bathtub drain leaks. Is there a product to

No, not without sealing, I mean clogging, the drain. Do you know exactly where the leak is coming from? I would suspect that the water is getting around the drain, instead of down the drain. The visible part of the drain should unscrew from the part that is underneath. That bottom part is likely permanently sealed to your drain plumbing. You may be able to easily fix your leak by: #1 Unscrewing the visible drain top. #2 Replacing the washer under that top. This will seal your tub to your drain. All water will then be forced to flow down the drain properly. #3 Screw the top of your drain back into place WITHOUT folding or wrinkling the new washer. Good luck
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My Kohler whirlpool started on its own with no water in it. We turned it off with the switch and it hasn't happened again. Is there a danger of it starting a fire if we are away from home and it does it again? What might have caused the problem?

We just experienced the exact same situation. Our whirlpool is brand new but it's in a spare bathroom and we hadn't used the tub in months. One day the whirlpool just started on its own with no water. I tried to shut it off my the on/off switch on the tub Sid wall, but it woukd shut off. I had to shut off the circuit breaker. It hasn't happened since and has worked perfectly when I reset the breaker and filled up the tub with water. My wife was sure she hadn't hit the switch by accident. Seems like there is an issue with some quirky switch problem.
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I have an old cast iron, enamel coated tub. It has a tub stopper that you turn a lever to make the stopper go up and down. Problem is that in order for my shower to drain and not become a bath I had to pull the stopper out of the drain. Now I cannot get it back in and working properly again. I have found diagrams that show how the mechanism is supposed to work but haven't yet solved the probelm. I am a brand new home owner and need the tub feature for my daughter. Please help.

I would consider replacing the trip waste with a newer still. That still has a lot more linkage then the newer one and that's way no one uses then anymore I not sure you can buy them now. The main reason why I say replace it now is the linkage tends to collect a lot more debis such as long hire it will stop up continually.
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Noisy shower/bath mixer unit

You have low pressure connect cold supply to mains
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Some water condensations around bath fan

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Pumbing problem Hi live in two storey home. 2nd floor bath when flushing toilet hearing air noise, gurgle noise from tub drain. Didn't have this noise until last week or so. Possibly semi plugged drain? Any other thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks

You have a vent on the roof that may be clogged with debris or some solid object. You toilet works when this air vent is completely. Otherwise it will function like putting your finger over the end of a straw with water in it. The water won't drain out until you take your finger off it. This is essentially what is happening. You have a partial to a complete blockage.
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