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Drill or no drill? I’m not a plumber (Gabrylly Valve).

Drill or no drill? I’m not a plumber (Gabrylly Valve).

Sad-Excitement9875

Lol. Open and close those two shut off screws either side of the valve and break up all the corrosion that’s on them. Those valves are notorious for that. Next time ask a plumber and not a contractor Edit. You’re going to have to break the tile on the left side to get access to it.


dardendillworth

Dude! So simple. Doing a rebuild of a bathroom. And I just noticed those screws are pretty tight and the tiles surrounding them prevent access. They were running up and down the stairs turning off main. After looking at the online instructions I saw these cut off options so you don’t have to turn off the water main. Ugh. Next time plumber


Sad-Excitement9875

You’re welcome. That’s what this sub is for. Wouldn’t be surprised if they knew and just tried upselling you.


dardendillworth

Sad but possible. And another lesson learned.


dardendillworth

I’ve got two contractors looking at this and say that the faucet isn’t working because the top upper left and right holes are closed and need to be drilled. Water isn’t coming through. There are two openings and one at top (unseen) So what do you think? Stop them now? I hear drilling


dardendillworth

shamanda waterfall wall mount. Is the brand