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Old 03-23-2010, 10:26 PM   #16
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I think my tenant turned up her water pressure. How can I fix this?


ive got one guy who works for me who can just touch the solder to it and it comes out perfect without even wiping it off,just a fine line of solder showing.
makes me sick everytime i see him do it!

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I think my tenant turned up her water pressure. How can I fix this?


Now I'll admit that my joints look a whole lot uglier... but I've never had a leak with any the joints I've sweated in my home.

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