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Wednesday, April 28th 2004, 5:29pm

by aquamatic

couple in a piece of the same. They also make flex couplers for repairing such problems but they cost about 4 bucks. a piece of scrap pipe, coupling, and clamps is alot cheaper.

Wednesday, April 28th 2004, 3:07pm

by nathanko


What's the best fix for a break in 1/2" I.D. 3/4" O.D. pvc pipe.
I hit it with a shovel.