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Old 04-11-2006, 10:44 AM
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Holy crap! (no pun intended) So, it is possible? So, does incoming water use those same pipes, too? I doubt it. Aren't they under pressure, and/or a distinct separate part of the plumbing system?

I don't do civil litigation, and property law was never a specialty/interest of mine, but this should be a condition to break the lease, I would imagine. My friend is super-clean, like OCD clean. She couldn't even sleep at her place last night. Oh, and yes, it was high pressure air blast that was used.
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