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  1. #1
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    You may remember this photo where they cut our "copper" out because "It was in our way" and "We're running THREADED pipe, you can always move copper..."



    Well they're at it again, this time they crushed our flex flat [no airflow whatsoever] and barbequed it sweating in their "copper", but luckily the head carpenter alerted us so we could make a special trip out there to fix it before it got sheetrocked! I wonder how it would look for the plumber if someone turned on the water and NOTHING came out!?


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    Unsweated his pipe and stick a 3/4" copper cap inside his pipe and sweat back together.

    ready for sheet rock now.

    Not that i ever done that.

    Fack him
    Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things, I am tempted to think there are no little things!

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    marbles work great too!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Originally posted by esdd
    marbles work great too!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Someone's had revenge on a plumber before, hasn't he???


    Awesome!

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    I worked with a guy who got so mad at a plumber that he fashioned a foam gun out of some "Great Stuff" and 3/8 copper. He went around the house and filled up any trap he could find. I told him that was hurting the homeowner not the plumber. We go back a month later to hang registers and the plumber was cutting drywall and removing PVC pipes filled with expandable foam. Builder blamed it on "vandals". Luckily, I changed crews and learned the trade from a pro. Still laugh every time I see a plumber nail a washer box to a wall.

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    Originally posted by PaysonHVAC
    Originally posted by esdd
    marbles work great too!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Someone's had revenge on a plumber before, hasn't he???


    Awesome!
    Marbles aren't just for plumbers... the can really screw up electricians too!

    I did that one, one marble, in an easy place too, was kinda fun pickin on the sparky (he deserved it, he played many pranks on us).
    "If you call that hard work, a koala’s life would look heroic."

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    great place 4 pinch off pliers
    To err is human, to really screw things up takes a service manager

  8. #8
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    someone dumped a big container of chaulk box chaulk in our trunkline on 15 ton unit. when we did start-up it was something to see. purple chaulk coming out of every grille.

    they drilled holes in the copper lines in the attic.

    and cut all the electrians home runs off about an half inch above the conduit at the bottom of the breakerbox.

    problely just a joke not revenge. if we would of found out who did it we would have feed them to the gators out back.


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    Smile

    I have put bearing grease on the plumbers widshield wipers after he put stink pipe through my return plenum...that saves on affecting those not involved in the dumb events
    To err is human, to really screw things up takes a service manager

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    Talking

    I replaced a plumbers flux with bearing grease once. it was funny as hell listening to him cuss because the solder wouldnt flow.

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    nice one
    To err is human, to really screw things up takes a service manager

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    panduit strap on the drive shaft lol

    put it near the muffler or the gas tanks

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    I think YOU are the a hole for putting the flex in HIS way!

    Sheesh, some people.

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