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I R a XT Plumber

Keystone

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Because cross connecting gas lines, like oxygen/nitrogen, can kill people.


Well duhhh. Again they test at a competent level just as I have and I’m going out on a limb here based on your comment but you did as well. So have you approved that type of cross connection or did your competency test prevent that, rhetorical question!
 
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Keystone

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Not "all" plumbers employees are "licensed", just as most CM's lack licenses and trade experience (working under a GC's license who rarely walks their jobs)
Inspectors are often our only line of defense against them.

Did I write licensed or unlicensed. Read again and learn to think for yourself, stop being a cheer leader for Kyle B or anyone’s else for that matter.....
 
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