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pende_tim
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Re: [Plumbing] Frozen water service line

Wow. That is a real problem. If they are copper, you may be able to thaw with a welder if you can get to the service pipe where it connects to the street main.

Just curious, what town are you in?
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Mashiki
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said by pende_tim:

Wow. That is a real problem. If they are copper, you may be able to thaw with a welder if you can get to the service pipe where it connects to the street main.

Just curious, what town are you in?

Fire hazard waiting to happen. A good hair dryer will work just fine.
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said by Mashiki:

Fire hazard waiting to happen. A good hair dryer will work just fine.

I suppose after you dig out your front yard to get to it.... then yes.


pende_tim
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This is obviously not a DIY project unless you happen to own a hefty welder and know how to use it for such tasks.

Not sure how a hair dryer would thaw a frozen underground line, but I am willing to hear your approach.
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