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Old 11-27-2015, 11:44 AM   #1
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I was under he basement for the first time seeing why when the water pump was turned on it was really loud, I found that problem to be every water line was touching each other as well as resting against the frame and the walls of the basement area. I then was checking everything else out and saw one of the three duct lines torn. I went to the local hardware store to get the supplies required and fixed it. I had to add an extender where the duct was torn because it was too tight, the ducting was stretched to its max. the heater duct guy at the manufacture was not like the water guy and in house vac guy that wanted to leave an extra 20 feet of hose shoved behind the wall. I just shake my head.
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I was under he basement for the first time seeing why when the water pump was turned on it was really loud, I found that problem to be every water line was touching each other as well as resting against the frame and the walls of the basement area. I then was checking everything else out and saw one of the three duct lines torn. I went to the local hardware store to get the supplies required and fixed it. I had to add an extender where the duct was torn because it was too tight, the ducting was stretched to its max. the heater duct guy at the manufacture was not like the water guy and in house vac guy that wanted to leave an extra 20 feet of hose shoved behind the wall. I just shake my head.
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