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As far as I know, I'm the only inspector who has set foot in this place since it was last sold ten years ago. I don't do soap tests.

You think this could be from the original install? Why would it still be there?

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As far as I know, I'm the only inspector who has set foot in this place since it was last sold ten years ago. I don't do soap tests.

You think this could be from the original install? Why would it still be there?

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Were the bubbles hard & crusty or were they still wet?

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As far as I know, I'm the only inspector who has set foot in this place since it was last sold ten years ago. I don't do soap tests.

You think this could be from the original install? Why would it still be there?

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wag-around here if gas service is disconnected for a certain period of time the utility provider does a pressure test before resetting the meter

if it fails a plumber is called out to locate leak & repair as required before service will be reconnected

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