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Sewer gas causing corrosion on circuit boards copper pipes

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Posted by kane ken on March 06, 2002 at 00:25:46 from (

I talked the other day to a lady who moved into a house with a Hydrogen sulfide stench to it during certain times of the year. It is so strong that it blackened the copper pipes and has discolored a brand new brass water meter as well as the breaker panel buss boards. Smoke & dye tests and a variety of health people have yet to determine the source. Anyone out there experience anything similar? Someone told me the H2s reacts with water and creates a mild sulfuric acid and that is what is corroding the outer pipes...

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