Well, I have to look at it as the cup half full (even though leaking!). I found the water pump was fine, that's great news.
OTOH, I also found that the shower faucet, shower head and toilet leaking like "old faithfull". To combat this, I bought a new shower faucet. Easy enough to replace I think. I haven't turned the water on yet, so I am wanting to make sure the toilet doesn't erupt again.
My question is this. You know the water line that comes from the living area and screws into the toilet? I think it has a 3/4" ID and is under the light
switch on the bottom of the bathroom wall?
Well, when I unscrewed it (water OFF this time!), I noticed that it was without a washer. I am wondering what type of washers go in there and why it is missing. Could that dictate that the pipes are blown from too much water pressure? I hope not.
I see flat type washers in the shower attachments, so I am thinking the same for the toilet? Are there any sleeves involved in that setup at the toilet screw?
Thanks in advance for the answers!