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Very helpful video. I particularly appreciate the thorough description and the clear photography. Thank you Jeff.
how many days a year youre a mouth wow that fixed it youre a genious
Well explained, interesting and very helpful video .Thank you Jeff👍👍👍
👍🏼 Greetings from NYC🗽I have the same problem and was going to buy a new valve. Will try this first.Thanks
Jeff, I had a globe valve like that and I was amazed at the difference after I replaced it with a full port ball valve. Now, I can run 2 or 3 fixtures at once without much drop in pressure.
really enjoyed your video quality and presentation. Watching an experienced hand doing it, and dotting all the i's and crossing all the t's at the end left me feeling good. As they say, the devil's in the details, which is why I don't watch DIY, HGTV TV shows anymore … they just skip over the most important details and magic projects into completion, leaving me very unsatisfied.
Very informative. Thank you. You might want to consider flipping the adjustable wrench over, so that the rigid part is "following".
Bruce b , he always uses tools the wrong way. The packing nut that he says is sometimes called a bonnet is only called that by people in Florida or people who don't know anything about plumbing. The next hexagonal nut is the bonnet. The water does not have to be shut off at the meter to add packing to a GATE VALVE , a gate valve when opened fully back seats itself and should not leak, even it does leak a drop or so it's not enough to stop you from backing the PACKING NUT ( not bonnet ) off and adding packing . Sometimes you may have to remove the handle also. A real plumber also works some stem grease into the packing gland so the valve works smoothly when tightened back up.
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