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I recently had a bathroom renovated and the hot water worked when the repairs were being made, but not anymore. I have a FloodSafe Auto shutoff 3/8 in OD 1/2 in FIP - and it will not reset. Any advice what to do next?
those floodsafe lines are a pain--i wont use them--get a regular braided steel supply line or do it the ol fashioned way and grab a 99 cent chrome supply and bend "er up
I recently finished a job where the owner provided all the fixtures, ( thankfully was all good stuff), and ridgid supplies for all the fixtures...dusted the old tubing bender off, and at the end of the day everything looked sweet. I am even contemplating making the switch to ridgid supplies on my remodels as a signature of sorts...a bit labor intensive, but certainly a better looking product...