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06-22-2011 15:27:04




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Thanks for your quick response. You are very generous not only anwer my questions but to offer a solution to the problem of making access a little easier. I have already gotten into some positions that hurt days later trying to see the leak much less repair! I never thought about making a platform to lay on. Haven't tried it yet but I can imagine this has got to be much more comfortable!




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Case Nutty 1660

06-22-2011 18:15:05




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 Re: Case Nutty 1660 in reply to Novice with Case, 06-22-2011 15:27:04  
your very welcome and thank you for your comments, thanks are not required but most appreciated cnt tom



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06-23-2011 06:48:36




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 Re: Case Nutty 1660 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 06-22-2011 18:15:05  
hi tom been shut out for three days kim says she has it fixed we will see dc



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06-23-2011 06:51:01




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 Re: Case Nutty 1660 in reply to DCTOM, 06-23-2011 06:48:36  
Glad to have you back how was your fathers day ?cnt



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