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    DIY Junior Member grioghair's Avatar
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    Default Kitchen Sinks...

    Can you answer questions related to leaky kitchen sinks?

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    Steve

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    If we have enough good information to tell what, where, and why it is leaking.

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    Can you answer questions related to leaky kitchen sinks?

    Thanks,

    Steve

    Yes.

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    Yes, but we are not Carnac. We have to see the question before we can answer it.

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    And the answer is Plumbers putty

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    Now he is confused, because he was going to ask about silicone.

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    How 'bout some Mighty Putty from Billy Mays? If you call right now, he'll triple the offer for only twice what the stuff costs in stores. Or, hang on until Vince comes along with some "Vasser Plugen und Leakenzee Stoppen" which is made in Germany, and you know Germans always make good stuff. Just remember, they'll double the offer if you order within the next 20 minutes but they can't afford to do it all day.

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    He just wanted to know in case the sink ever leaks
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    I have enough to do to my own house

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    Scuba Dave, you must have learn well from Johnny Carson to know what he wants to know. Heck, the answer to the question is really very simple now that I understand it. For a leaky sink, you stop the leak. Man, the next thing you know I'll not only be able to spel plummer, I'll be one!

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