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#26085 - 02/26/19 07:12 PM Underground line  
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We have a 40 year old property which had lines put under parking lot of faciilty back then between elevator room and one of the elevators. There is a break in the line somewhere under there. Is there an easy way to fish anything through there to run a new line or is rerunning the line overhead (80 hours) the best option. Thanks for your help! I am unsure as to the type of underground method that was used 40 years ago, but maybe someone remembers the standard. This is in the panhandle of Florida.

#26811 - 05/02/19 02:03 AM Re: Underground line [Re: rgaus]  
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Overhead is definitely the way to go!


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