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10 MISTAKES When Working With Plastic Pipes (PVC, CPVC & ABS) | GOT2LEARN

Watch this BEFORE plumbing PVC, CPVC or ABS, you won't regret it!!

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DISCLAIMER: Got2Learn is NOT responsible for any damage done to a property of which the plumbing wasn't done by a professional, I do not recommend doing your own plumbing if you are unsure about what you are doing, always hire a LICENSED contractor when doing any type of plumbing so you can be covered by insurances if something does happen, these videos are for entertainment purposes only!
Nolan Dionne : Great video! I think lots of plumbers can tend to let some of these steps drop off in the name of speed, especially the temperature stuff.
I would love to see a Got2Learn video with in-depth discussion on garbage disposers. It seems like there is quite a bit of disagreement or uncertainty about how to properly use these appliances, but lately, every kitchen drain call that we get at my job has a disposer that the customer states they ‘only use a it sometimes’. Is there a proper way? Should these be installed in a house at all? What about the insinkerator unit with the ‘septic system enzyme’? Thanks.
Pat Google : Wow thank you ! I thought I had it figured but I didn't know a third of your tips, micro-cracks yes, always inspect the pipe thoroughly.
mjnc367 : I learned the 1/4 turn when putting the pipe & fitting together years ago as a novice maintenance mechanic. However, I've seen many "pros" just push them straight together. I've also this on some home improvement shows. So this wrong method is seen by many people as proper practice.
1957mrbill : A few of things I learned when using the purple primer. First, lay cardboard on the floor below the area you are working if you don't want permanent stains on the floor. Second, the applicator in the can holds a lot of primer when using. Before you remove the applicator completely from the can, tap it on the can's ridge so some of the excess liquid drips off. Lastly, when applying the primer to the pipe, angle the pipe with the end you are applying primer slanted down. If you don't you will find excess primer may run down the pipe leaving a purple streak. It won't hurt anything, but it makes for amateur appearance.
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PEX vs COPPER vs CPVC plumbing pipes

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This Old House - Copper Corrosion Issues (excellent 6 min segment)

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Jason Williams : CPVC does not last 50-70 years in Alabama in my experience, I see 20-30 year old CPVC so brittle that you can't even repair it because when you go to cut it the whole thing shatters. Maybe it's something in our water here, but we always replace it on remodels if we ever run into it
MineStrongth : Didn't mention freezing? Copper will split, CPVC will split, PEX-A will survive.
Also, CPVC gets super brittle over time and snaps easily making it susceptible to damage and hard to repair because it splits lengthwise when cut.
And how about the cost of fittings? Copper fittings probably average $3 each. That's worth mentioning. PEX can use brass or plastic fittings. CPVC fittings are dirt cheap.
Malinda Ladd : He failed to mention one of the main reasons copper isn’t used much anymore: Theft.
I can’t even tell you how many jobs I’ve picked up replacing stolen water lines with pex. Good for me, not good for home owners/insurance companies. It’s amazing how much damage a thief will cause in order to get $20 worth of scrap copper, which roughly translates into 2-3 nice crack hits. With the amount of work it takes to remove the copper, plus the risk of multiple felonies, it would be a lot easier just to get a job. I’ve often commented that with all the experience a thief gets working with copper, he’d probably make a decent plumbers apprentice.
Marcos Mota : This is the 5th of your videos that I’ve watched. Not my first video about piping, but I still learned a lot. Great delivery and prod value. Your mike pickup and room tone are excellent, and your humility is admirable. Kudos for giving credit to TOH for lessons learned. Upvoting and passing this on.
Chris R : Best video on youtube explaining the different type of pipes.

How to cut and glue CPVC pipe

http://doityourselfdennis.com presents this tutorial how to video about how to cut and glue CPVC pipe along with some tips for a better job. Disclaimer: In my videos I don’t always use the safest methods of accomplishing whatever the video is about. I have been doing this type of work for over 30 years and I try and show the average homeowner how to accomplish whatever job is at hand. Therefore, if you choose to do something I show in my videos, please use all safety precautions as I will not be held responsible for your safety.

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Luis Tello : Thanks for the demo and your best practices.
Darin Getae : Short and to the point. Awesome explanation. Thank you.
Grateful aya : i use my table saw with a 150T blade, works very well but you gotta be careful lol
Cruz Deleon : Thank you for your video...what would you use to cut brittle old cpvc pipe that keeps breaking with the regular cutters you are using? I can't figure it out, they all keep breaking every time i try to cut
Randy C : Exactly what I needed!




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