|Posted by hj on September 17, 2002 at 23:10:48:|
|In response to Re: Replacing main shut off valve|
IF that was the only thing he could find, he must have been really nitpicking to find something to report on. If the handle was just loose, then a screw or nut should reattach it. If there is a functional problem with the valve then a plumber can turn off the water and replace it fairly easily.
: I'm in the process of buying a condo, and during the home inspection, the inspector pulled the handle off of the main shut off valve, handed it to me, and said "This is not a good thing."
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