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    City water but may have been a well in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne soper View Post
    City water but may have been a well in the past.
    Installed by Monkey Puzzle Plumbing Co.?

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    Water treatment tank and a bacterial neutralizer.
    May not have liked the city water.


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    Thanks Gary,
    Arron, I deserved that


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    Looks like water treatment to me and I agree w/ Gary. If I was on a public water supply, I would be wanting to get the flouride out and any other chemicals they use. Most water teatment businesses are not long on the plumbing side of the biz.


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    Just..... get-er-dun........


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    Cowboy Plumbing


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    The "pipe bomb looking contraption" may be a scale eliminator.
    I forget the product name "scale ban?", but they sell them in this neck of the woods for @$1,000 installed. Supposedly, they use a small amount of electricity to remove minerals. It's on my list of things to research.

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