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By "Eve_charneco" / Saturday 6 April 2019 16:00 /
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By  jbuckets_404  |  36

Ooh, I've never considered either what would get ruined were my apt h2o heater to fail. I've only ever lived in houses with said heaters located in basements before now for 45+ yrs.
You have my thanks for posting your "reminder."
You might want to invest in plastic storage bins from here on out.
Good luck!

By  ViviMage  |  38

Renters insurance will straighten that out

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By  jbuckets_404  |  36

Ooh, I've never considered either what would get ruined were my apt h2o heater to fail. I've only ever lived in houses with said heaters located in basements before now for 45+ yrs.
You have my thanks for posting your "reminder."
You might want to invest in plastic storage bins from here on out.
Good luck!

By  ViviMage  |  38

Renters insurance will straighten that out

By  raven_of_azarath  |  28

My question is why you would store those low enough in a closest for them to be destroyed. And also, if they’re made of plastic, how they were destroyed. Unless you were keeping them in mint condition.

By  Charlie Given  |  20

It's going to depend on how it broke was it just a cracked pipe or did it explode like mine did many yrs. ago because of a defective pressure relief valve ,but ya you should invest in some heavy duty watertight containers for your collection

By  Sam Fisher  |  12

And THATS the worst part you can think of? Guaranteed gonna be more than 500 to fix everything else, just you wait...keep your chin up brother and next time, put them on a shelf like they deserve!