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Old 12-24-2011, 11:56 PM   #1
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Here lately I seem be getting call after call to fix other people screw ups,heres one of the fine pieces of somebody elses work I wasgreeted by today!
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Old 12-25-2011, 12:01 AM   #2
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Took me a second.
A fernco tee? tee hee

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HAHAHAHA...I looked at this for 10 minutes earlier. Didn't even notice the Fernco. That's why you guys are the pro's and I'm not.
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Nice paint job...........so what's the problem??? Partially collapsed fernco, 2" reduced to 1 1/2, is that a trap to nowhere on the right, vents???
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The whole set up is the problem.
At first I thought the rubber fernco was a melted san-tee,the bottem of that washing machine stand pipe on back side of that mess is almost 4' to the bottem!
No venting on any fixtures in house,lots of san-tees laying on their backs,i could go on and on about this one!
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