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    When it's not your time to go - GIF

    When it's not your time to go.




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    That happened to me once, our braizing hearth at work had two full size acetylene and oxygen bottles. After finishing a braizing job I turned to shut off the valves and got the torch too close before the flame had completely died, had the same flare up as the video.
    I beat the flames out with a glove and when I looked round the shop everyone was outside. Obviously not my time to go either.
    It was found that one of the gauges was leaking.
    Last edited by olderdan; 04-20-2019 at 12:36 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Not sure what he was fixin' to use that torch on. Paper towel on the floor. Probably making his YouTube plumbing video.

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    You mean this isn't the approved method for identifying leaking valves?


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