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    Default Boiler TPR Valve

    Here's a good one...

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    Default Re: Boiler TPR Valve

    john,

    You come up with some good ones!
    I'm glad I don't inspect homes in your neck of the woods.

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    Cool Re: Boiler TPR Valve

    Yeah, we all know he should have used a braided stainless steel hose instead of just rubber ;-)

    BTW, just a PRV on boiler.

    Keep the fire in the fireplace.

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    Default Re: Boiler TPR Valve

    Well it's a nice fit!!


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    Default Re: Boiler TPR Valve

    wow, unbelievable, but then again, a plumber shouldn't be allowed to install or repair heating systems


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    Default Re: Boiler TPR Valve

    Quote Originally Posted by Zibby Bujno View Post
    wow, unbelievable, but then again, a plumber shouldn't be allowed to install or repair heating systems
    What? No 'plumber' did this. A DIY auto-mechanic wanna be perhaps, but no licensed plumber would have done this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by H.G. Watson, Sr. View Post
    What? No 'plumber' did this. A DIY auto-mechanic wanna be perhaps, but no licensed plumber would have done this.
    No plumber did that? And you know that how?

    Based on that statement, you would be totally surprised at what licensed contractors do.

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