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Dec 20, 2013, 08:15 PM
CommonwealthSparky
lead in water
quote:
Originally posted by Frodo:
no lead in any plumbing pipe or materials
sence '86.
all solider is lead free...
it aint lead,,,
take a sample to health dept and find out what it is.



And as I recall solder WITH lead was an easier product to work with.


Popeye only reached for the Spinach can as a last resort...
Dec 20, 2013, 08:17 PM
CommonwealthSparky
quote:
Originally posted by Frodo:
quote:
Originally posted by eggs32000:
He was notified by the local water authority. All of the residents were notified.


wait a minute...dont go another futher
you said..ALL the residents were notified?
if that statement is true, and your sons home is a single family dwelling. the problem is not his plumbing or his house..its the water authoritys problem..
your sons home water will not effect all the other homes water/lead levels...that would have to come from the source
sounds like they have some old pipes in there system?????
MAYBE..till you get the water tested,,you dont know

dont count on the landlord, thru his statememnt of all pipes have lead, flush the pipes bullchit.he's is telling you, .he will do nothing



I think you hit the nail on the head with this reply.


Popeye only reached for the Spinach can as a last resort...
Dec 21, 2013, 01:36 AM
Frodo
quote:
Originally posted by CommonwealthSparky:
quote:
Originally posted by Frodo:
no lead in any plumbing pipe or materials
sence '86.
all solider is lead free...
it aint lead,,,
take a sample to health dept and find out what it is.



And as I recall solder WITH lead was an easier product to work with.

yes it was,,is..
you can fill a hole, with it. the nolead..the melt temp is higher.making "working" it more difficult


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