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PVC pipe Repairing

Discussion in 'Screen/Wash Plants' started by Adambrain, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. Adambrain

    Adambrain New Member

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    I want to learn few things about PVC pipe repairing, is there any on who can help me out? i am a plumber by profession.
     
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    CM1995 Super Moderator

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    Ha TD!

    Yeah Adambrain what would you like to know? I'm no plumber but I've welded some pipe together.:D
     
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  4. td25c

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    TD you still owe me a few cases of barley soda.:D
     
  6. td25c

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    Two cases of Michelob Ultra and I'll pay the interest off with a case of Hamm's :D
     
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    No interest charged my friend, I ain't no damn banker.:cool:

    :D
     
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    your a plumber by profession and you come to a heavy equipment forum to learn how to fix pvc pipe?? id say you have more problems than you know...:eek:
     
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  9. td25c

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    Then again where better to ask a pluming repair question then from the dirt guy's that dig them up .:D

    digger242j had an interesting one not to long ago . https://www.heavyequipmentforums.com/threads/another-pressure-pipe-discussion.67964/

    Not to mention the plumber forums are not near as helpful as Heavy Equipment Forums . Quite a few talented folks here from all the trades .

    Lay down the problem & someone will come up with a good solution , might cost ya a few cases of barley soda :)
     
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    CM1995 Super Moderator

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    Well that's what I thought as well.:cool:

    Now I really want to hear what kind of help the OP needs.;)
     
  11. td25c

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    Me too ........ Hopefully we did not spook the OP off .
     
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    Well, since the OP gives their location as "usa", and their IP shows up as Karachi, Pakistan, I was really expecting some spam by now anyway.
     
  13. td25c

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    Dual citizenship ? No probably not .........

    At least we got you another spam customer digger . :D
     
  14. Hobbytime

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    how about some good old celery tonic.....???:)
     
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    The USA stands for United Sweatshops of Asia.
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