The Plumber's Troubleshooting GuideBook - 1994
Written by a master plumber in a conversational, easy-to-understand style, this guide explains the time-and money-saving techniques used to troubleshoot all types of plumbing systems, which are explained in great detail. This book recommends repairs for problems in order to avoid costly and unnecessary major replacement, wasted effort, and trial and error approaches. Experienced or aspiring apprentice plumbers even homeowners can put this guide's vast and comprehensive coverage to use to develop effective troubleshooting skills. With this troubleshooting guide readers can tackle problems outside of their speciality or handle uncommon situations with confidence.
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1994
Characteristics: p. ; cm