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Old 10-02-2009, 09:23 AM   #1
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LOL

How? lol. How does one do something that stupid?

Not to mention the amount of vermin that will be getting into an opening like that.

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I'd be more worried about the gas line that dripped water on the wiring conduit enough to rust it out, may be a few rainy days short of KABOOM! Maybe they need it to prime the sump pump......
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I wonder if it is a jury rigged gas exhaust vent - like for a water heater
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I wonder if it is a jury rigged gas exhaust vent - like for a water heater
that's what i thought as well
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Could be one of those newfangled flues for a gas appliance.

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