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Thread: Gripe, Pipe question.

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    Super Member Furza Flyin's Avatar
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    Can any one please tell me why when a hole is wearing through a pipe it is ALWAYS on the opposite side of that is always visible? No, you may not use Murphy. Off to Lowes. SIGH

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    that's where the water sits.

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    The hole wasnt on the bottom, thats what was so crazy and it was a drainage pipe and the hole was on the back side of the pipe. Its all fixed now, well I hope it is. We ended up having to fix the pipe next to it too, it broke when we checked to see if the first one was watertight.

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    plumbing sucks. When I win the lottery, I'm having it all replaced while I stay in a five star hotel ;-)

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    Oh, that sounds wonderful.

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