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Hi All

Thanks for all replies i appreciate it

The pipe is not wet and when you rock the stop cock it moves the pipe so i know now its a main feed

My main concern is, is this a possible cause of damp due to it not being sealed and is it safe to seal it?

Here is a picture of underneath the sink, there are two stop cocks , one i think is for the outside tap directly on the outside wall?
 

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saw one of these a few weeks ago , or very similar. the waste pipe from the sink had been piped into it and was indeed leading to the drains. your install could be different.
 
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saw one of these a few weeks ago , or very similar. the waste pipe from the sink had been piped into it and was indeed leading to the drains. your install could be different.


Surely the mains pipe in my picture coming into the house cant share a waste pipe going out?
 
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wouldnt think so, thats why i said 'or very similar'

i know what i saw at that house, havent been to yours so cant comment for definite.
 

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