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Do rainwater drain pipes have to bend at the bottom
One of our rainwater pipes ends half over a small drain, but the bend at the bottom means some of the water misses the drain and runs off along the patio, I thought I could simply cut a hole in the ...
Mar 12 '12 at 6:45
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