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Posted by Maverick on 23:19:30 2/2/2012 from 72.183.116.145:

In reply to: Re: Squirrel chewing through hardware cloth posted by John Fasoldt on 14:18:06 2/2/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

John
Thanks for the prompt follow ups. I wish you were here in ATX. They've left glue paper at the vent to see if the squirrel got out. Don't know how they can rule out if it got back in again. They've also set a trap with corn outside on the lawn to catch the perpetrator. I am going to watch for 3-4 days without having the vent sealed and look for noises. If all is quiet then I may ask them to seal it with good HW cloth. Is there any other strong one way outlet that I can use for this vent?
That's all I got for now, I hope these little guy(s) got the hint that daddy is after them and decide to pack up and leave.



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