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Did you go right thru??

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Well at least you didn't get wet :lol: :lol: :lol:

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What pipe is it and why is it there.


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Gas pipe feeding kitchen from meter

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Is it plastic coated copper what size, ???


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Well spotted John. Yes it was 22mm plastic coated copper. Thought it was plastic initially. All fixed now though.

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Wrong colour for PE. It looks like Wednesbury tube maybe Yorkshire Imperial Metals


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Unlucky mate, went through a naughty gas pipe hidden in the wall while fixing a new staircase last week, shat my pants!


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we've all done this at some time in our career .. can't say lesson learned cos they can be so well hidden to catch us out .. and next time .. well always check where water and gas isolators are before start of work .. makes panicking a lot less stressfull lol


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Unlucky mate, went through a naughty gas pipe hidden in the wall while fixing a new staircase last week, shat my pants!



'SHAT'... :lol:

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