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To fix most any problem with a mobile home just build a bonfire in the hallway outside of the bathroom with newspapers, cardboard, and old clothing and go out for the evening. If you decide to forego the arson route, the tub enclosure cannot be removed intact so you will have to cut it up with a reciprocating saw to get at the sub-flooring. I recommend marine grade plywood for the replacement sub-floor. The replacement tub and enclosure come in separate pieces instead of the molded one piece unit you probably have, and installation is fairly straightforward. Reconnect supply and drain lines and check for leaks before closing everything up.

Home | Answered on Feb 24, 2020

Sounds like a tapeworm. See your doctor about a prescription for intestinal parasites and be more thorough with your hygiene in the future. Flies can carry tapeworm eggs so any flies that land on your food are potential vectors.

Home | Answered on Feb 24, 2020

check the battery

Home | Answered on Feb 14, 2020

I also like fluffy and soft bath towels, I recommend that you check out this article with some really great tips for keeping towel soft and fluffy.

Home | Answered on Feb 10, 2020

Shut water off at inlet then take parts out and investigate-but try ajustin furst. Utube has ..this old house videos n more

Home | Answered on Feb 06, 2020

I think the answerers so far have missed the question. I have the same issue. I just installed a new Kohler 747 ant it works fine EXCEPT there is no water coming out of the white nipple/black tube, to refill the bowl. Is there some kind of internal setting to allow or not allow bowl fill tube? There is on some a reducing roller pinch valve to tame how much goes to the bowl, but zero does not work for me.

Home | Answered on Feb 06, 2020

Don't ever use fabric softener again. A woman in the Westpoint Outlet told me that years ago...never use fabric softener on your bath towels, it makes them water resistant.

Home | Answered on Feb 05, 2020

Hi, lemon juice helps with the clearing of the skin, only apply to the affected areas, also as dreary as it may seem, stay out of the sun untill you see changes.

Home | Answered on Feb 03, 2020

Do you know how to reset thermostat on this model Panasonic MultiPoint Water aheater

Home | Answered on Jan 29, 2020

NOT overheating, 0H is zero Hour, the first 60 minutes of the Keep Warm process. Wait an hour and it'll change to 1H.

Home | Answered on Jan 21, 2020

yes - if it is where it can be easily and safely reached while sitting. some vanities are made with very thin wood materials and may need a piece of wood, inside, into which outside toilet paper holder's screws can hold strongly. look inside before deciding exact location as there may be a drawer or shelf inside that may be in your way.

Home | Answered on Jan 09, 2020

You might want to wait until your puppy is at least 8 weeks old to give him a bath, but if he's especially filthy, there are things you can do to clean him up safely.

Be sure to use a puppy shampoo suitable for your puppy's age. If you're having trouble finding one that's safe for pups under 4 weeks, you can use a deodorizing shampoo instead.

Bathe your puppy in a non-slip area to avoid accidents. You can fill a small sink with warm water and clean him thoroughly but carefully, without wetting his head. You'd also want to make sure that the bathing session is a very quick one.

Last and most important, be sure to keep your puppy warm during and after bathing. Pups this young chill very easily, so it's important you use warm water and dry them up immediately after bathing.

If you want to learn more about how to care for your dog, visit The Doggypedia. It contains lots of great articles that can guide you especially if it's your first time caring for a puppy, and other cool stuff such as picking cool puppy names. Check them out here

Home | Answered on Jan 08, 2020

The "Dutch word "Toen" is translated into English means "WHEN"

Home | Answered on Jan 08, 2020

a job for the plumber...

Home | Answered on Jan 07, 2020

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