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Jim_E
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Re: Bad place for corrosion
Jim_E   11/18/2013 9:14:38 AM
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Agreed that's not something you'd expect to corrode.  It sure does look like galvanic  corrosion aggravated by the physical stress from the grinding.

I don't have a garbage disposal (private sand mound sewage system) but I do have a "leak frog" water alarm under my sink, as I had a leak from the faucet and didn't notice until I saw water dripping in the basement!

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Bad place for corrosion
Rob Spiegel   11/18/2013 8:42:44 AM
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It doesn't seem like a garbage disposal should corrode. This slideshow tells the whole story.

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