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Where is the water shut off for a bath tub?

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2011-04-30 05:39:12
2011-04-30 05:39:12

Tubs usually do not have shut off valve for them. You have to shut off the main supply. Depending on how the house is plumbed, you may be able to shut the cold supply to the water heater and that will shut off both the hot and cold or the main line where it comes into the house.

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