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Old 7/29/15, 12:06 PM
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Lightbulb INachi graphic request thread

CSST bushing/grommet graphic as mentioned here: https://www.nachi.org/forum/f2/corrug...rommet-103538/

Also, a water softener improperly tapped into sanitary drain one would be great along with one that shows the proper way to do it (with an air gap, trap, etc.)

A house wrap picture would be swell, as well

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Old 7/29/15, 7:28 PM
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Can this image get an update? It's hard to read. It can be found on the How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion course. Thank you



This one too.
http://education.nachi.org/coursemed...5_flashing.jpg
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Old 7/29/15, 7:31 PM
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AC condensate trap graphic also would be nice..
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Old 7/29/15, 7:39 PM
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Would this work for you? Easy enought!
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Would this work for you? Easy enought!
The trap needs a clean-out. Those darn things get full of muck and clog, and it's impossible to get a coat hanger through it!




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The trap needs a clean-out. Those darn things get full of muck and clog, and it's impossible to get a coat hanger through it!
The one in Roy's graphic must be restricted... the water level is too low in the trap!
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Old 7/30/15, 12:38 AM
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CK is on vacation this week, but when he returns, he'll work on building them.
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CK is on vacation this week, but when he returns, he'll work on building them.
Appreciate it!
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Old 7/30/15, 9:11 AM
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Some other ideas:

-Gas meter clearance graphic
-Don't vent bath fan to soffit graphic
-Venting bath fan out sidewall (best practice)graphic
Proper crawlspace vapor barrier graphic showing fastened to walls and seam tape
-Proper crawlspace/basement sill insulation (not fiberglass batts)
-Graphic showing why crawlspace/basement sill is a vulnerable area with air transfer
-No tees on horizontal plumbing drain lines graphic

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Old 7/30/15, 10:09 AM
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- Proper flex ducting strapping graphic
- Proper flex ducting installation graphic
- Plumbing vent to small/frost closure graphic
- S-trap to P-trap conversion graphic
- Metal column attachments at beam and floor graphic
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CSST bonding graphic
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Old 8/3/15, 6:44 AM
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Meter base J-block for vinyl siding or any J-block graphic(s)
Steel post column top plate dishing graphic
Hose bib pitch graphic
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Footing drain tile graphic
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Old 8/3/15, 11:00 AM
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I'm on it!
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Old 8/4/15, 7:47 AM
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Rubber roof defects/conditions like ponding, ripples, wrinkles, and "alligatoring"
Window hermetic seal failure/causes graphic
Gas fireplace safety damper clamp graphic
Ceiling fan clearance-to-floor graphic
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