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The water from the tub will not flush

Iput pipe to the tub on the bottom hole one for tub and the other for sink do not flush the water is on the tub

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Turn washing machine on and use pump cycle or spin cycle if does not work check filter and pump for blockage

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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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AVibrating sound for 10 seconds- like a moan- after toilet is flushed and filled.What is going on? It doesn't happen every time.


Depends upon several things, the most difficult would be too much air in the pipes. Before having a "anti-hammer" installed; I would try this... go to the supply for the cold water pipe (for that room, dependent upon the age and style of your home) maybe the basement??? See if there is a place, other than the toilet, to turn off the water supply (turn the water off), open the cold water valves of your sink and tub and flush the toilet, and drain about 1 quart of water from that line. Leave the tub and sink cold water valves open and slowly open the valve you turned off, allow water to flow from the faucets and flush the toilet a few times. What you are trying to do is allow the air to escape. Turn off the faucets and flush the toilet again, open the partially closed valve all the way. This should get rid of trapped air, and it is the cheapest first step. This is one example of an "Anti-hammer" device.

Note: On some houses it may be difficult to find a place to drain the cold water line, without turning off the entire home.


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I have a EIDW6105 Electrolux dishwasher and it will not fill with water. Can hear a humming but no water entering the tub. Water is set on 120 degrees and and no lines are cramped.


open the door,look on the front of tub i believe your float switch is on the left side,make sure nothing is under it holding the float up,this will stop the water from entering,if that's ok you could have frozen pipes or valve,i've seen a ton of them in my area,or a bad house water shut off or a bad water valve on dish washer part 154513601,remove the bottom panel you'll see the valve on left side,you can crack the fill line with a wrench and see if any water comes out,if the valve is humming most of the time this is from no water getting to the valve,if it's frigid temps. where you live most likely the pipe or the valve is frozen,you can get a hair dryer and heat the valve up to see if that helps but make sure your shutoff works under the sink,also at night leave the doors under the sink open and remove the bottom panel to the dish washer all winter so warm air can get under and around the valve and pipes,if it isn't froze shut off the water at shutoff under the sink,remove the water fill line from the valve syci the line in a bucket or glass and open the shutoff,if water comes out the valve is bad hope this helps.

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Gurgling in the bath tub when toilet is flushed


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
lear a clogged (not stopped) sink or bathtub with a plunger:
  1. If you have a dishwasher, pinch off the rubber dishwasher drain hose that leads to the garbage disposer using a clamp or locking pliers. If clearing a bathtub, remove the drain stopper and cover the overflow opening with a wet rag.
  2. Remove the sink basket or tub stopper and clean any debris from the drain opening.
  3. Fill the sink or tub with sufficient water to cover the plunger cup, usually about 2 inches. If you are working on a double sink, seal the other sink with a stopper so the plunger can create a vacuum.
  4. Set the plunger on the drain opening and repeatedly pump it up and down, then pull away sharply to dislodge debris. Repeat if necessary.
  5. Turn on warm or hot water to flush loosened debris from the drain.
  6. If the clog remains, use an auger (see below) or an expansion nozzle (see below) to clear the drain.
Clear a clog using an auger:
  1. Remove the stopper or strainer. If unable to do so, disassemble the drain trap (see below) and feed the auger directly through the pipe. Make sure you have a pail and rags nearby in case of a water spill.
  2. Release the setscrew on the auger and begin feeding the cable into the open drain.
  3. Once the auger tip hits the clog, set the screw and crank the auger clockwise to break up the clog.
  4. Continue breaking up the clog and moving it down the drain line with the auger. Once there is no more resistance to forward motion of the auger, stop and carefully remove the auger.
  5. If the clog can't be moved, continue twisting the auger to possibly snag and retract the clog.
  6. Once the clog is cleared, flush the drain with boiling water.

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Kitchen sink hole fills up with water when using the washing machein


After washing cycle all the water flows immediately from tub to drain pipe. If the flow capacity of sink is slow sink hole fill up with water .
Connect washing machine drain to proper place for drainage.

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I wont to replace the sealant from around the tiolet waste pipe, what is the best way of doing this?


turn water supply off to toilet and disconnect water line from bottom of toilet tank. flush toilet to drain tank, use towel to soak up water inside that didnt flush.remove the 2 bolts ( 1 on each side of toilet), lift toilet up and move to one side and lay on it side, scrape off old wax ring from bottom of toilet, scrape off excess wax from pipe on floor. install new wax ring over drain pipe. stand toilet upright and lift straight up over drain hole and reset slowly to make sure each bolt goes through the holes on toilet, replace nuts and washers on toilet and tighten. hook water supply liune back up and turn on water.

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After flushing the tank and bowl both refil properly. After about 20 minutes the water in the bowl has decreased about 1-2 inches. The tank is still full. Not sure what the cause and/or fix is


Vent pipe may need cleaning out, vent stops up your system has to get air to work so it will take it from where it can get it and the toilet maybe the easied place.
You may have a vent pipe that may be partly blocked or clogged up. To check a vent pipe out you can have someone fill a sink or tub up to the flood level rim and plug the drain. Have them remove the stopper and watch the toliet you have had issues wit to see any water movement. Once you deteemine which one is the cause you can snake the vent pipe or run a water hose down the vent and turn it on to flush out the vent pipe.

Hope this will help you out.

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We recently installed the Brushed nickle faucets in the bathroom.Sink and shower .We replaced the pipes also with copper .We have Blue water.It is only in the bathroom We did not replace the kitchen and...


is it blue or a light green colour?, sometimes if the new pipework was not flushed clean enough, the flux residue can cause this problem.

Jan 14, 2011 | Plumbing

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WHEN I RUN MY SINK IT DRAINS INTO MY DISHWASHER BOTTOM. I HAVE SNAKED THE HOLE AND IT STILL FILLS THE BOTTOM THEN I RUN IT EMPTY THEN FILL AND RUN AGAIN. HELP


The dishwasher drain line that connects to the garbage disposal or pipe under the sink should be looped above the height of disposal or pipe to prevent
sink water from backflowing into dishwasher.

Most dishwashers have some form of internal backflow preventer inside the water sump assy..
Yours may be degraded or stuck open.


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My Culligan RO faucet has an ''air gap'' leak. How do I clear the clogged debris causing the water to constantly run? Culligan told me that the Faucet/Air gap is clogged. Need to dislodge the debris.


Normally when it leaks out the weep hole the drain line is plugged under the sink....turn off the ro to where it's not making water, disconnect the drain hose and flush it out....make sure the adapter that's connected to the drain pipe is still lined up with the hole if it was moved the water can't get to the drain.

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