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Old 08-10-2018, 12:23 AM   #601
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Water heater vent pipe is a touch low
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Old 08-10-2018, 07:17 AM   #602
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Water heater vent pipe is a touch low
I'm amazed by this different way of water heaters being outside a house.

I'm also amazed where they have clean outs outside houses.
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you people down south have too many dam things that can kill you or make you real sick if they bite you..
True, but it might freeze this winter or not. Same with snow.
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I'm amazed by this different way of water heaters being outside a house.

I'm also amazed where they have clean outs outside houses.
I see palm trees in the photo so no freezing there. We use a hot box here for rpz's but in Florida they are fully exposed.
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On today's episode....Leaking sink, 2 joints not glued, basket strainer wasn't screwed and here is the proper way for a diswasher outlet.

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This was my episode. However, the stop was returned to the supply house by another plumber. The fernco trap was on a backed up tub drain. I got it open with the plunger, still charged full price, but told the landlord Id cable it again at no charge when we replace it next Wednesday and honor my warranty after that.
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Not the worst I’ve seen but still..
This Cost the customer $250 to fix..
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Not the worst I’ve seen but still..
This Cost the customer $250 to fix..
I saw that a few times with the dishwasher connection. What amazes me is that half of them want to leave it like it is even though I tell them its like washing the dishes then rinsing them in the toilet before putting the plates away.

They are either cheap or think I'm lying to them and say they never had any problem!
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