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Old 03-11-2013, 09:46 PM   #16
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What kind of pipes are these?

Originally Posted by TheEplumber View Post
Based on the info you have supplied- I would guess it's 3/4" galvanized steel. Probably shallow as it appears you're located in a warm climate?
No easy way to repair it- best to dig up and replace.
Have you checked all visible joints for leaks- including the meter set?

Hey E how do you know he's in warm climate?? ah let me guess green grass no snow??


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