So here's the picture:http://mysite.verizon.net/vzeo1wyn/sitebuildercontent/sitebu...A couples notes: While you can't see for sure, down at the bottom the pipe comes directly out of the wall and through the valve and meter. It does not go to that slop-sink you can see, the pipes to there comes from the left as you can see behind it. If you continue to follow the white-pipe up, it does turn right and come back down as the left of those two green pipes, but nothing comes out there, must be sealed off in some way.I don't think this picture will help nearly in the way the gas one did, but hey, maybe it'll spark something.P.S. Even if I haven't figured this out yet, I did some insulating of the hot water baseboard pipes that run through an unheated storage area of the house today. Found some nice R-3.8 insulation at our local true value. So that was a nice accomplishment today anyway :)
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