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Old 10-08-2008, 07:40 PM   #1
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Old 10-08-2008, 07:48 PM   #2
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Blah, he triple posted. I dumped them.

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I was actuallty right in the middle of posting a reply...for once someone asking a good question and...POOF!


What the hell was that???
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You need to bring one of his post back, he was a plumber asking a legit question.
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You need to bring one of his post back, he was a plumber asking a legit question.
Actually, I found his other post, somewhat of a DIY question from a first time poster.

A plumber would have mentioned the make, told us what troubleshooting he'd already done.

This guy just blatently asked why the tankless isn't working without any detail.
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Actually, I found his other post, somewhat of a DIY question from a first time poster.

A plumber would have mentioned the make, told us what troubleshooting he'd already done.

This guy just blatently asked why the tankless isn't working without any detail.

Thanks for the update, did not know there was a post someplace else.

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