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Old 02-12-2016, 10:41 AM   #16
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Thanks, guys. Removed the cleanout I had and installed one about a foot above the 1st story floor level.
oh yeah thats gota be 18 inches up too.........................
Just kidding..thats fine what you did....
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oh yeah thats gota be 18 inches up too.........................
Just kidding..thats fine what you did....
For a second, you had me thinking I had to change it... AGAIN!!!
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