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    thank goodness for my brother inlaw. hubby left for work i went to the basement to woodwork, i got a big surprise, basement was flooded. sumpump burned up,6:30 am. my brother inlaw replaced pump and helped clean the basement. now just to dry out my wood .
    Tricia

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    Ugly! Take care of yourself.
    DeWalt 788

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    • #3
      Tricia -- So sorry to hear that your basement was flooded. So glad that you had help when you needed it. Hope your wood dries quickly. Did it harm any of your tools or projects?
      Mtnman Jim

      taking life as it comes and trying to make the best of it

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      • #4
        Good everything came out OK, but that's a tough way to start the day. Nice to have a helpful BIL handy!

        Jan

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        • #5
          thank you everyone. yes it nice to have help when needed. mtnman jim no nothing was damaged. the basement and wood is drying out nicely.
          Tricia

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          • #6
            G'day Tricia,
            We don't have that problem here, as houses don't have basements. Glad your BL was available and there was no lasting damage.
            Regards
            John
            "The Golden Mile"John Wayne
            Some of my Stuff
            Retired Medically Unfit Police Officers ***.

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