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2008\03\23@203213 by Apptech

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> Happy Easter!

An to you, and all.
Easter Monday here.
"The Lord is risen indeed" again already :-).

> I struggled a bit with whether to make this OT or EE
> (Everything
> Engineering), but here it goes:

EE definitely.

>  One of the toilets in my mom's house is leaking. The
> problem is that
> the fill valve never closes completely. The interesting
> thing is that
> this is about the fifth time that this has happened in 15
> years or so.
> Is it normal to have to replace that valve assembly every
> three years?

Varies.
Can be due, I'm told, to grit in the water supply.
I've had both valves fail over the years - I think the inlet
more than the exhaust.

Inlet should be clear of any add ins.



       Russell

2008\03\23@223436 by Peter Todd

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On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 01:28:24PM +1300, Apptech wrote:
> > I struggled a bit with whether to make this OT or EE
> > (Everything
> > Engineering), but here it goes:
>
> EE definitely.

The following story shows why:

http://www.365tomorrows.com/07/23/king-of-kings/

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peter[:-1]@petertodd.org http://petertodd.org
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