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Old 04-23-2007, 10:53 AM   #22
ddmoit
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Hi Carol,

Hands down, the best advice you are getting is from the pros on this forum.

Do you see any evidence of this membrane that they mentioned? I don't see it in the pics. If there is a membrane, it is possible that a hollow sounding tile is not necessarily evidence of a problem tile.

It is possible to correct the situation where tiles are butting up against the walls on the perimeter, but too much damage may have already been done to save this floor.

I'm sure the pros will be by later to help you with what to do next.
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