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Unread 07-25-2003, 04:49 AM   #1
scott anthony
Tile Man -- Central Florida
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moving plywood seams

I have inspected a house yesterday and find the floor and support structure just fine. There is a lay of 3/4 ply on top of 2 x 8's. I noticed the ply is not T and G because a few of the seams can move when direct pressure is applied. The movement is about a 1/8. I know I need a backer but I want to keep it at a 1/4 do to the fact the cabinets are in already. Not my way of doing it there.
Short of cutting out and under scabbing the loose edges, does anyone have a more efficient method?
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