Master Plumber?

Nice use of scissor jack.:slight_smile: Where would you start?:smiley: </IMG>

Start on Monday…with a little luck you could be finished by noon Thursday!!!

He was at each inspection today.:slight_smile:

Where were you?..Maryvale?..:smiley:


What did you buy an Infrared Cam?..:smiley:

If so the first picture looks to be normal…:smiley:

I want to know what role the removable car radio plays under the sink.
:stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: :twisted: :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue: Or is that a CB to call the plumber.

I do not know Kevin, it stumped me also.

Damn it! This whole time I’ve been using an economy-sized can of Bush’s Baked Beans to hold up my kitchen sink trap when I could of put that left over, stock sissor jack in my garage to use.](*,)

Well . . . was it leaking?

I thought I had seen it all, ha. ha. What was the spray attachment used for?

Back-up for running out of toilet paper, or use our imagination? heeeeeeeeeeeheeeeeee.

Marcel LOL

what’s the actual purpose of the tank?
obviously connected to the filtration system.

Reverse osmosis filtration system storage tank. These systems don’t filter water fast enough so they use a storage tank.

Hopefully, nobody will reccommend that Master Plumber to fix your leaks, and/or mine.

Brian; Do you provide free Inspection services to acquire these special and original photos that could win an award for most creative? ha. ha.

Marcel :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :stuck_out_tongue: :smiley:

Spray attachment? Marcel, are you sure you want to know? :shock:

“Recommend jack servo be installed for elderly clients to prevent loss of conciousness from bending over to adjust trap jack.”

Wonder what they use for a backflow preventer on that bathroom model?


Makes the plumbing I have seen lately look tame!!:roll: