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    Default Big Big Bubble under Manf Home

    I always knew this was a possibility but this is the first time I ran across it. This is about a 5 year old manufactured home and something obviously didn't get hooked up right or has come loose.

    I hope for the guy fixing it that it's not '#2' - eeesh what a mess!!

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    Default Re: Big Big Bubble under Manf Home

    OK, what's a " #2 "?


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    Default Re: Big Big Bubble under Manf Home

    Like when you ask your kids... do you have to go #1 or #2? I'm thinking if it's from the sink or shower it wouldn't be that bad.... from the toilet? Yikes...


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    When you go to the bathroom you either do number 1 or number 2. He hopes this is not a sewer problem.

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    Got it, thanks for the visual...


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    Default Re: Big Big Bubble under Manf Home

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Fellman View Post
    This is about a 5 year old manufactured home and something obviously didn't get hooked up right or has come loose.

    Actually, it could be condensation above the vapor barrier, which is why it should not be installed at the bottom of the floor joists. I don't know why manufactured homes keep doing this.


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    When I see something like that (although, not usually that extreme), I usually poke through with a screwdriver-----did you poke it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Whitmore View Post
    When I see something like that (although, not usually that extreme), I usually poke through with a screwdriver-----did you poke it
    I was totally tempted and usually do.... This was really huge though... If it burst there was no way I could get away without getting totally drenched, or covered, whatever the case may be.

    The plastic was so strethed out it looked like it was on the verge... and then, as I'm laying there I'm realizing I just put a bunch more water in it by testing everything.


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