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Old 04-18-2016, 11:25 PM   #21
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Yes, a death trap
took the words right out of my mouth!
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Home owner did this one himself. He was very proud.
thats a speed trap
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I might have posted this before
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All fittings have barcode stickers, that says Home Depot hack all over it.
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Old 04-30-2016, 01:01 AM   #26
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All fittings have barcode stickers, that says Home Depot hack all over it.
Ipex ABS fittings usually have those stickers right from factory. Disturbingly enough, I know for a fact that that mess was done by a licensed plumber at the company where I worked in Yellowknife.
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Goes to show any idiot could put two pieces of pipe together.
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This isn't a messed up layout, just messed up execution. First pic I'm holding the ptrap where it is when in service, second one is once i took the ptrap loose, easy to see where it leaks from. The tee didn't even have the plastic seal under the nut. Is it an air break or air gap since the flanged tailpiece wasn't in the tee? (Just kidding everyone, don't derail this thread because of that joke.)
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This isn't a messed up layout, just messed up execution. First pic I'm holding the ptrap where it is when in service, second one is once i took the ptrap loose, easy to see where it leaks from. The tee didn't even have the plastic seal under the nut. Is it an air break or air gap since the flanged tailpiece wasn't in the tee? (Just kidding everyone, don't derail this thread because of that joke.)
Ha, lol... air break all day long. Great thread, the pics make it so.
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