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Re: Cracked boiler

> Yeah, set all you're faucets to dripping. And put sheets over the house 
> plants to reduce air circulation.
> We lived in a top floor condo once that had it's plumbing in the 
> ceiling. During an ice storm, the pipes froze--we burned up three hair 
> dryers before we got them thawed enough to drip. Not fun.

Good ideas, Jim.  Thanks!

I don't know why I didn't think of running the faucets.  I think I'm
still in shock.  :)


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