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Old 11-15-2009, 08:56 PM   #16
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You don't need a neighbor dumping toxic stuff in his drain to pollute the air in your attic (and house). What about the (foul) gases from the bathrooms in your house. I'm just wondering how the house passed inspection. (No matter what)Don't Drink and Drive, Ever!!!
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Old 11-16-2009, 12:34 AM   #17
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"THIS IS WYE YOU SHOULD ONLY HIRE A LICENSE PLUMBER TO FIX YOUR PLUMBING PROBLEMS"

Really??? If the work is done properly and to code WHY should a licensed plumber be the only one to call? Not meaning to pick a fight here but I have seen some cob-job work by so called pro's. In big cities the union plumbers have what is akin to a racket, locking out any others. Workmanship is what really counts.

Your absolutely rightnever mind calling a license plumber,my neighbor that lives at the end if the block can help you out if help is what your looking for.He's also a mechanic,pilot,heart surgen,lawyer.carpentor,electricion ect:
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Your absolutely rightnever mind calling a license plumber,my neighbor that lives at the end if the block can help you out if help is what your looking for.He's also a mechanic,pilot,heart surgen,lawyer.carpentor,electricion ect:
So when one needs help, just call your local handy man to the rescue you

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Apparently,some people have yet to read post #9

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Old 11-16-2009, 09:21 AM   #20
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I think some people are forgetting this is a DYI site. With a little help someone that is handy should be able to extend a vent pipe through the roof.
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I think some people are forgetting this is a DYI site. With a little help someone that is handy should be able to extend a vent pipe through the roof.
That is exactly the point. someone who is handy and with the proper guidance by the most dedicated (eager to help. No matter what it takes) and most experienced pro-s and DIYers on this site, one can only succeed. But anyone who "Designs" and installs a system the way they "think" it should be, the only direction, then is failure. Eliminate confusion Through Education ; Don't Drink and Drive, Ever!!!

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