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  1. #14
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    If laundry room is in house- look for a floor drain. Pretty common for these to be dry. Pour some water down the FD & see what happens. Here- trap primers are required on many floor drains. Keeps trap full of water & no sewer gasses.

  2. #15
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    Odor is pointing us towards drywall outgassing. Will know next week from a lab if it is bad Chinese drywall or bad domestic drywall. I have heard there is a paint (like Kilz) that can eliminate the outgassing by acting as a vapor barrier. Anyone out there know of such a thing? Looking forward to some feedback. Thanks.

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  4. #17
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