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    Default Pipe identification

    Looks like PEX but not sure. No one around here uses the manifold system. This is a Centex home.

    What kind of supply pipe is this?

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    Default Re: Pipe identification

    The supply to & distribution from the manifold are pex.

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    I second JG. I see quite a bit of those here in SC.


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    Default Re: Pipe identification

    Thanks for the quick replies. I googled the manifold system and the specs say for use with PEX.

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    We're starting to see it in a few homes in the central Ohio area. Just in the last couple of years.


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    Default Re: Pipe identification

    PEX installed wrong.

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    Default Re: Pipe identification

    OK Jerry, I'll play. What's wrong?


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    Default Re: Pipe identification

    Quote Originally Posted by Troy Eskew View Post
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    What's wrong?
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    Connectors.
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