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Old 02-05-2005, 02:16 PM   #1
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First Flood

Well I flooded the bedroom for the first time. Ro tank overfilled and I awoke at 3am this morning to the distinct sound of running water in the floor. Wasnt that bad ,probably 5-10 gallons. We live and learn,
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At least it wasn't salt water. Too bad though.
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Glad it wasn't worse! Hope it cleaned up easy for you... shop vacs are handy in this hobby

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Well thanks,LOL I may have had more water in the carpet than I thought. I had to leave for work early this morning and I know I got up over 5 gallons and I've been told another 10 gallons have been sucked up so for. On the bright side I didnt have to do ALL the work.
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