The Three Stooges 1940 S07E03 A Plumbing We Will Go

The Three Stooges 1940 S07E03 A Plumbing We Will Go

The Three Stooges 1940 S07E03 A Plumbing We Will Go

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The Three Stooges were an American vaudeville and comedy act of the mid–20th century (1930–1975) best known for their numerous Columbia short subject films, still syndicated to television. Their hallmark was physical farce and slapstick. In films, the Stooges were commonly known by their first names: “Moe, Larry, and Curly” or “Moe, Larry, and Shemp”, among other lineups depending on the films; there were six active stooges, five of whom performed in the shorts. Moe and Larry were always present until the very last years of the ensemble’s run of more than forty years.

How to Clear a Clogged Plumbing Vent – This Old House

How to Clear a Clogged Plumbing Vent – This Old House

How to Clear a Clogged Plumbing Vent – This Old House

This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey employs his detective skills to find and clear a stubborn clog. (See below for tools.)

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How to Quiet a Noisy PVC Plumbing Vent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-Bhr2IKIF8&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=116

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Tools for Clearing a Clogged Plumbing Vent
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– electrician’s probe
– garden hose

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How to Solder a Pipe & Fix Water Lines | Basic Plumbing

How to Solder a Pipe & Fix Water Lines | Basic Plumbing

How to Solder a Pipe & Fix Water Lines | Basic Plumbing

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Learn how to solder a pipe and fix water lines from Master Plumber John Wood in this plumbing repair video from Howcast.

Okay. Let’s talk about fixing water lines. Depending on what region of the country you’re in, you may see PEX tubing, which is a type of plastic or something, but in the five boroughs of New York City it is exclusively copper. If it’s not, you’re not legal. So this is what we call half-inch, indicating the size of the pipe, half-inch type L. L is the indicator of whether you can use it for potable water, potable being clean, domestic drinking water, showering water. Okay. This is what you see throughout the city, under your sinks, everything else. This is a fairly thick-walled copper pipe, and it’s easy to repair unless you have something bad happen.

But generally speaking it’s easy to repair. Now for the purpose of this video I’m going to show you how to solder a 90, okay, also known as an L, which is a very small fitting. This would be, for example, let’s say we installed a new vanity or a kitchen cabinet. You’d have a raw copper pipe coming out like so. All right. And then you’d need to put a joint in there of some sort. It might be an L going up like so and then a valve that would shut off the supply to your sink. Okay. So for this purpose I’m just going to solder this 90. I’m going to show you how to properly do it. Ask any plumber how to solder, and you’ll get any number of different stories on how to do so. This is is how I solder, not necessarily saying it’s the Bible way to solder, but this is how I do it, and it’s worked for me for 20 years as a Master Plumber. You need a few things. An emery cloth, this is basically sandpaper, but it’s a strip. You need a fitting brush. This is a half-inch fitting brush. You need silver solder. Be careful not to get lead. It says very clearly 95 percent/5 percent. And your trusty torch.

So we start by cleaning the joints to be soldered. Okay. In this case we’re going to use these two pieces of pipe. You just kind of wrap it around, and you’re going to clean it. Be judicious with the cleaning. Okay. I don’t want to see any black marks on that recently sanded pipe. That’s carbon. That will cause a leak. That’s another reason I’m wearing gloves. People might call me a primadonna for doing so, but it actually keeps the oils in your hands off of the joint. This is not conducive to soldering. The oils in your hands are not conducive to soldering. So now we’re going to take our fitting and our fitting brush, okay, just a wire brush. This one’s kind of beat up, but it will still get the job done. Again same idea, you twist it around in there until you can see your reflection. So we’ve got a nice, clean 90-degree elbow. The next thing you want to do, again the gloves come in, they’re very imperative here.

No oils from your fingers going onto these joints. The only thing you want on these joints is acid paste, otherwise known as flux. Okay. The purpose of this, and you don’t have to be too liberal. This is called an acid brush. The purpose of flux in general is when you heat the pipe to pull the silver solder into the joint. Okay. Don’t ask the physics on how that works. That’s just how it works. So I generally start with the fitting first. And you just need a film of it, just a little film. You don’t need to paint a Picasso doing this here. So we’ve got the joint fluxed. We just kind of pass around the edge. Okay. We’re doing a half-inch joint, so really all you need is a half-inch of flux. Okay. We don’t need a ton, a big, messy, ugly pasty joint. And this stuff is all that great to get on your hands, too. We’ve fluxed everything now. I’ve got my joint together. This could be an offset in a wall. It could be anything. For any reason I could be doing this.

So now I’m ready to apply heat and actually solder the joint. Again when you’re using a torch, always have the fire extinguisher handy, especially if you’re not a professional. Yes, I know how to use the torch better than most people that do not use it every day, but I still have a fire extinguisher right over within five feet of me. Okay. So keeping in mind now when we activate the flame on this, we don’t need to blast it with as much flame as we can possibly get. There is a regulator right here that I can adjust that flame. This is an excessive flame for half-inch. It’s too much heat. It will heat up too fast, and you’ll see the joint actually smoke. That’s not necessary. I’m only soldering half-inch. This would be a more appropriate flame for three-quarter or one-inch or something like that. So I’m going to turn this down. You can hear it. Now I’ve got my silver solder. One o

Marlin Service Catches Plumbing Scams

Marlin Service Catches Plumbing Scams

Marlin Service Catches Plumbing Scams

You always want to be able to trust any service technicians who come to your home with the goal of repair something. Unfortunately, finding trustworthy people isn’t always the case. In this video, we show how Marlin Services partners with Inside Edition to catch these crooks in the act. Thankfully, we found the there was a good percentage of companies who fixed the exact problem without over charging or scamming the homeowner. Watch and see what you need to look out for!

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How to: Cabin Plumbing – Cabin in the Woods – Bob Vila eps.1106

How to: Cabin Plumbing – Cabin in the Woods – Bob Vila eps.1106

How to: Cabin Plumbing – Cabin in the Woods – Bob Vila eps.1106

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Construction continues on the cabin in the woods. Electrical and plumbing work has been approach simplistically and the materials creatively chosen. Also, Bob tours the mother of all cabins, Great Camp Sagamore.

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