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    KRM1213
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    Well I don’t even know where to start with this one. My husband and I closed on our home 2/14/18 so we are coming up on a year. When we had the original inspection done the sink was draining super slow, so the inspector wrote it up and it was to be completed. When we had the reinspection done it seemed to be working so we said okay. We haven’t been able to use our upstairs bathroom since 30 days after we closed. We have had someone look at it. Tried a plunger and grass was coming into the sink….smh As we had someone come and look and took the pipe from the sink off and nothing yet the sink was not draining the water. Part 2 when the cabinet under the sink was opened we can see the back of our stove and our gas line. Come to find out there is no wall between the bathroom sink and my kitchen stove. The water pipe is against the gas line. This is a major hazard as I have two children in the house. We are trying to figure out what if anything we can do or if a specific department can help us. I feel like I am living in a house of smoking mirrors.

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    TTrumble
    Member

    Hello KRM1213,

    You have to wonder how an inspector would miss something like that!

    Please email me with your name, forum screenname and NACA ID number so I can do a quick review of the inspection report to confirm it’s not on there. From that point, you will need to contact the inspector as he is the one responsible for finding such things and making sure they are reported. Otherwise, the HAND department has no way of knowing about it and adding it to the list of required repairs.

    I’ll be looking for your email.

    Tim Trumble
    Online Operations, NACA
    ttrumble@naca.com

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by TTrumble.
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