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Old 02-12-2008, 10:25 PM   #21
 
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Did you look at the pic?
Does your flag have white stars
in a red union?
Which country would that be?

That said, reversing the valves
is a bonehead move
for a plumber.

Oh, someone should have left an
access anyway.

There is an access panel on the other side for the motor. (all soldered joints don't need access)

The guy who reversed the valves was given some time off...

The tile guy who cut the hole thought it would be cute to watch me work in this little frickin hole.

None of the toilets have hot water.

And anyone who has a problem with my drop cloth has no clue of what an American flag looks like.

But thanks for all your guys help with finding the code I was looking for.

In case you were wondering still no payment. Gonna file the lien on Thursday.
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Old 02-12-2008, 10:41 PM   #22
 
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Here every motor and tub filler need an axcess.
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Motor only needs access in FL, as long as all glued and/or soldered connections. I ask the HO valve placement preference, done it both ways never questioned or failed.
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Geeez guys, relax. My monitor is B&W because I am colorblind and dont pay extra for the color internet. The code for placement of controls are non disgresionary due to the fact that there is no specific way to sit in a whirlpool tub by design. Now, my question is; WHAT IS THE AIR SPEED VELOSITY OF A LAIDEN SWALLOW?
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African or European?
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UPC Code 416.0 Installation of fixture fittings

Faucets and diverters shall be installed so that the flow of hot water from the fitting corresponds to the left hand side of the fitting.

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