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posted 11/8/2009 2:08:06 AM |
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  borty293

Just like to thank the folks that stepped up to the plate and took the time to advise me on the plumbing. I got the handle off and put some electrical tape the valve thingie so I don't strip the threads when I turn on the water. I've looked everwhere for the bathtub turn off valve ...even in the crawlspace and under the sink ...not a valve in sight except the toilet. I live in an apartment so theres no downstairs sorta thing. Anyways they will be sending a plumber over next week ..where the hell is the Slapping Lady when ya need her ...

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selectusername

Nov 8 @ 2:14AM  
I'm pretty handy with a hot water heater and I've replaced the
inner workings of a toilet but that's about it for my

plumbing skills. And yes, plumbers cost

a friggin fortune!
1bunny629

Nov 8 @ 4:54AM  
Ya wouldn't think that something that is so easy to get out would make others a fortune?????
onehornytoad69

Nov 8 @ 5:41AM  
The Plumber may have to Cut an hole to access the Cut off Valve!!! Some of time there will be a Closet on the Back side of the fixture...and there will be an access Panel....but then again... "sometimes" there has been "remodeling"...and the "Remodeler" didnt take the time to cut another access panel!!!
I would cut off the Main water supply.....if I could not find that Particular Valve!
Wordsofwit

Nov 8 @ 7:15AM  
If you live in an apartment and you rent, it is the landlord's responsibility to get it fixed, isn't it?
somnium

Nov 8 @ 12:11PM  
If you live in an apartment and you rent, it is the landlord's responsibility to get it fixed, isn't it?

I've rented before and I've rented property out too! Usually in the rental contract, the renter is responsible for small maintenance jobs, like fixing a faucet- I say usually but not always! That was a point in my rental contracts! No way was I going to run over to my rental property at 3 in the morning to make minor fixes!


selectusername

Nov 8 @ 2:30PM  
yes of course you should attempt all minor repairs yourself,

I was simply griping about the cost of calling a plumber.
ynot7769

Nov 8 @ 5:36PM  
gotta plumber out here works quick n normally very cheep if ya need his number .........just offering .....

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