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    Talking combustion appliance or plumbing?

    Inspecting water damage behind chimney, I noticed this piece of equipment and wasn't sure which category it feel into. I did not conduct any testing on this equipment as it was not in operable condition from what I could see. That and I am not a trained or qualified operator though I know a few who probably are.
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    Default Re: combustion appliance or plumbing?

    Could be for tobacco, that's a big thing these days.

    Michael Thomas
    Paragon Property Services Inc., Chicago IL
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    Default Re: combustion appliance or plumbing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    Could be for tobacco, that's a big thing these days.
    MT: I tried that a while back at a Middle Eastern restaurant in my neighborhood. Apple flavored tobacco. Tasted like old wet socks. Nothing at all like what we used to smoke in those things in the 70s.


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    Exclamation Re: combustion appliance or plumbing?

    15 y/o kid's bedroom. He better not be smoking anything in it....

    Keep the fire in the fireplace.

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    Default Re: combustion appliance or plumbing?

    Quote Originally Posted by A.D. Miller View Post
    MT: I tried that a while back at a Middle Eastern restaurant in my neighborhood. Apple flavored tobacco. Tasted like old wet socks. Nothing at all like what we used to smoke in those things in the 70s.
    NOW some of your posts begin to make more sense.

    Jim Luttrall
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    Default Re: combustion appliance or plumbing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Luttrall View Post
    NOW some of your posts begin to make more sense.
    JL: Now either you are a youngster, or you remember the 60s and 70s. Right? Well, a small portion of them anyway . . .


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