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  1. #1
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    Most street 90s ever?

    City had a leak. They found the water line while digging and ripped the meter out.

    This is what I found on arrival.
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    The meter was at a horrible angle, the house and sprinkler lines were weird angles. The ground around the valve boxes sunk in.

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    Not the worlds greatest but was rushing on Saturday calls.


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    That's a work of art. Requires skill and patience, and it's clean.
    Uh...Google it yourself!

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    Nice work! I would have glued my hands together before I was done.
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    Thank you. It does require patience at first, then muscle memory kicks in. Not all of my repairs look this nice (some look better), and no one will ever see it but my company charges a quality fee for a quality job. Not that they care what this repair would look like as long as it didn’t leak for the foreseeable future.

    Diamond grip latex gloves are the only ones I have found that will hold up to glue and primer to keep you from glueing your hands together.


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    Not much else you could've done. When I first saw it, it looked like a mess. Then I asked myself, how would I have done it? After studying the photo's, I'm like, yeah, that's about as good as it gets!
    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    Yeah I scratched my head for a minute to even get it looking that squared away.

    Quote Originally Posted by BBeerme View Post
    Not much else you could've done. When I first saw it, it looked like a mess. Then I asked myself, how would I have done it? After studying the photo's, I'm like, yeah, that's about as good as it gets!



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