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I am a retired telecommunications technical officer ex Telstra, who operated as a handyman after retiring for 12 years. I am also a J.P.
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MaxBan
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October

The click fittings grip the plastic hose with steady pressure, over time the plastic under goes 'Cold Flow' and moves away from the pressure which is ...

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October

While you have the tap apart check the brass seat.If it has been dripping for quite a while the water may have cut a groove in the brass seat so fitti ...

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Does the quick click connect fitting on the end of your garden hose ever pop off drenching you, mine did.Yes cutting a bit of the hose off and refitti ...

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October

@Benk Keep in mind the end of bottom of the trench nearest the house, has to be higher at that end, than the bottom of the trench where water is to f ...

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October

The Reln Plastic brand storm water grate in my driveway had warped over the past 20 or so years due to summer heat waves.This resulting in the slotte ...

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October

@Benk Dig your trench using the courses on the brick work of your house which are level, as a guide to the slope of the trench. Make a simple water ...

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MaxBan
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October

The click fittings grip the plastic hose with steady pressure, over time the plastic under goes 'Cold Flow' and moves away from the pressure which is ...

MaxBan
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October

While you have the tap apart check the brass seat.If it has been dripping for quite a while the water may have cut a groove in the brass seat so fitti ...

MaxBan
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3 replies

Does the quick click connect fitting on the end of your garden hose ever pop off drenching you, mine did.Yes cutting a bit of the hose off and refitti ...

MaxBan
Budding Contributor
October

@Benk Keep in mind the end of bottom of the trench nearest the house, has to be higher at that end, than the bottom of the trench where water is to f ...

MaxBan
Budding Contributor
October

The Reln Plastic brand storm water grate in my driveway had warped over the past 20 or so years due to summer heat waves.This resulting in the slotte ...

MaxBan
Budding Contributor
4 replies
October

@Benk Dig your trench using the courses on the brick work of your house which are level, as a guide to the slope of the trench. Make a simple water ...

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