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    DIY Senior Member BrianJohn's Avatar
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    Mark it, cut it and fix it when necessary.
    Rip Leave and tear philosophy, why not use a bit of intuitive thinking and try at least to determine if conduits are present. I mean the price of copper is not going down.

    At a minimum on this project the OP mentions there is lost time, wages, material, and a lot of finger pointing and arguing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianJohn View Post
    Rip Leave and tear philosophy, why not use a bit of intuitive thinking and try at least to determine if conduits are present. I mean the price of copper is not going down.

    At a minimum on this project the OP mentions there is lost time, wages, material, and a lot of finger pointing and arguing.

    Agggghhh...read the post.

    I said "Just use your best judgement to avoid it and fix it when you can't". Doen't this imply intuitive thinking?


    I also tried to point out that I believe there will be a net loss of resources if every sawcut was properly located @ probably 200 bucks a whack.

    geezuz.

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