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Old 01-17-2018, 08:55 AM   #41
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Re: Replacement Of Toilet Shut-off Valve


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Or wad up too much tape.

I had an owner one time tell me they only terminated cables with push type connectors because snap-n-seal were too difficult for their techs. My answer...get new techs.
Yep, it requires a bit of finesse to wrench on things. Some people simply can't learn it. I learned on motorcycles where you don't get many do overs. Things break easily or fall off if not tight enough. Sink or swim baby!

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