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That was totally uncalled for.

Every one who replied in that is a complete azz-hole.

It's not like you were asking any plumbing questions that should have offended their Upper Status Proffesionalism that they portrayed in their actual real life responses.

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Grumpy, plbg.com is the place to go. They're not saints but as long as you don't step on toes immediately they're extremely helpful. For whatever reason, they don't take the high and mighty stance, generally, but like I said tread lightly for the first couple of posts.
THANKS much, I am going to head there tmorrow!
 

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bwalley, i'm sure you'll be fine. Just don't ever suggest using a sanitary tee on it's back. Could be a deal breaker. But if you're looking to stir up trouble, suggest the PEX vs. CPVC vs. copper debate. It'll give you a few minutes of worthwhile reading.
 

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LOL.

A plumber friend of mine, (great guy, not some message board badass) got me on the viega propress. Glad I dont have to deal with guys like that anymore.
 

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Tom, all that I can say is WOW! Even the Mod didn't catch on to your question.

That Hydrogen Sulphide and Methane must have long term effects. I'm glad that I exited the utilities business when I did.
 

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The smallest possible. Always consider the end use, anything more just slows everything (especially hot water) down.
 
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