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    oh, I see

    Cut the coupling in half first, THEN cut down through the coupling, so I'll only need to separate the coupling from the remaining stub. Now I got it. Thanks
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    Do I have this right?

    So are you saying cut the coupling the long way (ie. in the direction of flow)? When it comes off I'll be left with a letter-c shaped piece, right? I didn't realize this was a posibility. I though...
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    Cracked PVC pipe tight against pool wall

    A drain line from the side of my pool cracked right where it comes out of the concrete shell. My plumber has chipped away about as much concrete as we think is prudent to try to get a new coupling...
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