hours of shower plumming

Philippines
July 1, 2020 5:55am CST
After bathing one of the dogs, I took a quick shower. Sadly, it started leaking more and couldn't seal it anymore. Forced me to have it fixed. But what should have been just an hour took more than three hours because the pipes were old. I replaced the handler with the valve instead. The fix it's just temporary. Wished I just stick with the bucket bath instead Yeah, nothing productive except that..
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@Adie04 (6330)
1 Jul
At least you still can use it even though its temporary.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Otherwise, I would be forced to replace more pipes than the one I just did @Adie04
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@Adie04 (6330)
1 Jul
@Letranknight2015 Ouch, maybe it's time to replace it already.
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• Philippines
2 Jul
@Adie04 That's the time we hire a professional plummer.
@DianneN (176404)
• United States
1 Jul
I'm impressed that you could do that! Hope it holds up for a long time.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Hello @DianneN I hope it will because the pipes down below it are rusting and could make me replace more pipes if it gets broken again.
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@DianneN (176404)
• United States
1 Jul
@Letranknight2015 Big sigh........
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• Philippines
2 Jul
@DianneN well, maybe when the quarantine's over.
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@thelme55 (45791)
• Germany
1 Jul
Well done! You are productive.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Hello @thelme55 either that or another 50$ on the water bill.
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@thelme55 (45791)
• Germany
1 Jul
@Letranknight2015 That´s right. You have done the right thing.
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• Philippines
2 Jul
@thelme55 that probably explains the last bill.
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@Hannihar (96766)
• Israel
1 Jul
@Letranknight2015 I would say that is a big accomplishment.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Hello @Hannihar yeah, it was nice that i finally got it fix.
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@Hannihar (96766)
• Israel
1 Jul
@Letranknight2015 That is one less thing to worry about.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
@Hannihar I only hope it doesn't get worst.
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@msdivkar (11804)
• India
1 Jul
Nice that you you could fix your shower. Appropriate tools are equally important for successful work.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Hello @msdivkar Yes, these tools were fairly enough to do the job. Sadly, the pipes were older than i thought.
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@msdivkar (11804)
• India
2 Jul
@Letranknight2015 It is difficult to work with the older pipes.
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• Philippines
2 Jul
@msdivkar Yeah it's hard to remove them.
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@Lavanya15 (6067)
• Chennai, India
1 Jul
That's great you having good skills in fixing shower. Keep going.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Hello @Lavanya15 the original plan was to remove it and put a seal permanently.
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@Lavanya15 (6067)
• Chennai, India
1 Jul
@Letranknight2015 that's good idea my friend. Hope you fix it soon.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
@Lavanya15 Yeah some day but right now the problem's been resolved.
@psanasangma (3779)
• India
2 Jul
You seems very skillful person..
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• Philippines
2 Jul
Hello @psanasangma I have learned from other workers who used to do maintenance on our place.
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• India
4 Jul
@nawala123 (10441)
• Indonesia
2 Jul
You can do it like a handyman
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• Philippines
2 Jul
Not all pipes though @nawala123 the ones in the kitchen were a lot harder.
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@nawala123 (10441)
• Indonesia
2 Jul
@Letranknight2015 did you make it?
@just4him (210436)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
1 Jul
It sounds like you need to replace the pipes.
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• Philippines
2 Jul
Yes I have @just4him but right now it's settled.
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@Corbin5 (193190)
• United States
1 Jul
Yes, sometimes the bucket bath is best.
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• Philippines
2 Jul
Yeah I missed it but sometimes it's just nice to have a shower @Corbin5
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• Bosnia And Herzegovina
1 Jul
well it's good that you fixed it, at least temporary.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Hello @aureategloom That's because there's still leaks but not as worst as before.
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@CinnamonGrl (6679)
• Santa Fe, New Mexico
1 Jul
I'm not good at fixing anything. I hope nothing breaks that can't stay broken awhile, but I really don't want to have anybody in the house till the pandemic is over.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Hello @CinnamonGrl I'm forced to do the fixing because no ones available to have it fix.
@Thrilliana (12345)
• Philippines
1 Jul
How are your puppies???
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• Philippines
1 Jul
We already given them up for adoption for respective owners @Thrilliana
@yoalldudes (22548)
• Philippines
1 Jul
Wow you are a skilled handyman. I'm proud of you.
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• Philippines
1 Jul
Yeah, I was patient with this shower because I use it @yoalldudes