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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm an avid "This Old House" watcher and they've added a show called "Ask This Old House" where they do routine repairs. Anyway, I seem to remember a show where Rich Trethewey, the plumber, went out on a similar house call. He checked all the normal drain things, but the leak remained. It turned out it was in the shower valve, not the drain at all.

    This didn't make sense since it only occurred when people were showering. Why wouldn't it leak all the time if it was in the input lines? He had some explanati
  • restoration of an authentic British shower complete with leaks and brown water stains on the ceiling and walls since such things are standard equipment in every home. You probably shouldn't enjoy your morning repast underneath that thing while someone is taking a shower.