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Plumbing Maintenance

Postby kyotosugar » 07 May 2012, 16:15

Hi everyone,

Anybody know who to contact for plumbing maintenance in Taipei Da'an? English speaking is favorable, but I have bilingual building managers that can handle it as well.

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Re: Plumbing Maintenance

Postby Icon » 07 May 2012, 17:09

I think what we need to do is move you to a new house... :lol:

Do you have anyone over there that speaks Chinese? You need a 水電.
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