Re: oops, why did I even MESS with THAT!?? ~WEBPAGE WITH PICTURES OF PROB~
Posted by Terry Love on July 05, 2001 at 20:22:16:
In response to Re: oops, why did I even MESS with THAT!?? ~WEBPAGE WITH PICTURES OF PROB~

: THIS IS THE ILLUSTRATION OF MY PROBLEM... TAKE A LOOK PLEASE...MAYBE THIS CAN HELP YOU GIVE ME SPECIFIC ADVICE ON HOW TO WORK THIS PROBLEM OUT IN A CHEAP MANNER.

Charity,
If the broken pipe had an elbow that wasn't plugged, then I don't see why you would have much water leaking. If it was plugged on the end, then I would understand.
I would consider removing the pipe from the tee fitting with the use of an "easy-out".
This is a tool that removes the threaded section of pipe by gripping on the inside. Sears sells them, as do some of the automotive stores.
With the pipe section out, you could use a threaded plug.





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