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Just in the process of buying a 1995 house. Doing a 2nd look around the property to see what needs upgrading, thought I determin where the stopcock for incoming water was. I can only assume that what I managed to picture is the stopcock, it a bit difficult to obtain something better as the owners daughter (she had no clue) was there. Never seen anything like this before, there is a plastic covering on the outside as well. Would be interested to know if anyone can explain or at least point me to some relevant info, please.
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