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Old 11-26-2008, 07:14 PM   #1
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Happy Thanksgiving


Happy Thanksgiving to ALL!
I'm new to the site so don't know if this is a goofy breech of protocol for a thread, but I hope everyone has a good day.
Lots to give thanks for, I'm sure, if we stop and take stock of everything.
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Old 11-26-2008, 07:47 PM   #2
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Not goofy at all, but what do i know, I started the same GOOFY thread, HAPPY THANKSGIVING. G

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And there will be more turkey threads
before tomorrow is over!
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Old 11-26-2008, 07:57 PM   #4
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did somebody say turkey?!!?!? where is the turkey!!!
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I can handle Thanksgiving, Christmas, whole nother story!
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Well hope you guys have a good thanks giving. I on the other hand will be replacing my hot water heater that has been leaking from the bottom long enough for the sheetrock around it to soak up the water about 3' up! My family has already left while I am here to fix it.
Oh well...... more time to be on CT!!!
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Ahhhh, procrastination has its perks
Happy Turkey Day
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Well hope you guys have a good thanks giving. I on the other hand will be replacing my hot water heater that has been leaking from the bottom long enough for the sheetrock around it to soak up the water about 3' up! My family has already left while I am here to fix it.
Oh well...... more time to be on CT!!!
Install a water heater pan this time and it'll save your drywall next time,and is code in many instances.
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LOL, Bodger, what could be goofy about wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you have a happy day yourself, man.
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happy thanks giving. to all again.
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Install a water heater pan this time and it'll save your drywall next time,and is code in many instances.
Sounds like a perfect incubator for mold.........Please investigate THOROUGHLY!


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Sounds like a perfect incubator for mold.........Please investigate THOROUGHLY!


And Happy TGD!
It doesn't hold the water,it is furnished with a drain outlet [1"]which is supposed to be run to a visible area or floor drain to make people aware of a problem at the heater,it is code in most of the country.This is only for installations that may cause structural damage as was mentioned.
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Sorry Threader......I quoted the wrong post!!!

I meant to quote the "3' of wet sheetrock"!!!

Ooooops!



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........that has been leaking from the bottom long enough for the sheetrock around it to soak up the water about 3' up!
That is where the mold could very well be!!!
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Do I have post the same thing in the other thread?
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Do I have post the same thing in the other thread?
There's another thread?
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Happy Thanksgiving to you all here at CT


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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Do I have post the same thing in the other thread?


There's another thread?



http://www.contractortalk.com/showthread.php?t=48841
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Football and Turkey.........................whats better than that!

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Happy Thanksgiving to all.
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Happy Dirty Bird to you all . Lmao......

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Well Ill be the first to say we had a great thankgiving.
Happy thanksgiving to you all.

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