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Old 06-08-2010, 01:28 PM   #1
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If that is a question, cut out the fitting and start over.

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If that is a question, cut out the fitting and start over.
X2. The point of PVC glue is that Ayuh... it won't come apart.
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Ayuh,.... Unlike Love,.... Glued PVC, Is Forever...
Cut out that section,+ Start Over...

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Time to pull out the saw. The glue makes a permanent bond that is almost like a weld.
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