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A Temporary Cord #125087
02/26/07 07:01 PM
02/26/07 07:01 PM
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For a fountain pump [Linked Image]


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Re: A Temporary Cord #125088
02/26/07 09:26 PM
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Looks about as temporary as the busted (rusted?) conduit to the left of the stump!! [Linked Image]

BTW.. When was the last time anyone installed a green Bellbox or green WP cover? [Linked Image]

Re: A Temporary Cord #125089
03/01/07 03:48 PM
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BTW.. When was the last time anyone installed a green Bellbox or green WP cover?


I found a green 3-hole cover once, still in the original blister pack. I kept it for a while and then threw it away.

Peter


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Re: A Temporary Cord #125090
03/12/07 03:22 PM
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Silly question, is there a significance to the green covers? Or was that just how the manufacturer painted them?

Re: A Temporary Cord #125091
03/13/07 06:19 PM
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I think the green was just an option to help blend things into the landscaping when desired.. I think I've actually bought a green cover twice in my life.. and it's been at least 10-15 years since I've seen one on a supply house shelf

Re: A Temporary Cord [Re: Lostazhell] #161506
04/03/07 04:40 PM
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That tree seems to have grown fast (check out the rings). Wonder if the fountain played a role in it?

And come to think of it,it's been awhile since I've seen a green cover around. I have a few floating around, but I've had them for 15+ years at least.


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