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    This happened a couple months ago but I just got a new camera. This is a 1" water line that a catepillar excavotor hit dead on. The imprint on line is from the excavator's tooth.
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    Re: Why you call missdig

    I would of put some duct tape on the hole (a lot of duct tape, you don't want to be cheap at a time like this) and then soldered the pipe back where it was
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      Re: Why you call missdig

      Originally posted by HouseOfAtlas View Post
      I would of put some duct tape on the hole (a lot of duct tape, you don't want to be cheap at a time like this) and then soldered the pipe back where it was
      They do a lot of country plumbing in Minnesota?
      sigpic3:00, I mean 5:00, and work is done. Time to crack a cold one.

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        Re: Why you call missdig

        Is that a house service line?

        Miss Utility doesn't mark private water services here

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          On base. Miss utility marks everything here, residential included. Does this mean you have to locate all the underground utilities yourself?
          Buy cheap, buy twice.

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            Re: Why you call missdig

            Here they will locate everything but water/sewer. Nothing on the private side.

            Ex. Power or cable pulled from a serviced structure to another structure.

            J.C.

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              did that come out of my mongo pile?

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