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I hammered a nail in wall an it wasent right so i took it out an water came out so i av put it back an its just dribbleing now what shall i do

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You better call a plumber

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You probably punctured a water line(probably plastic). You will have to shut off the water to the house and cut open the drywall to examine the damage. Leaving the nail in the hole will not solve the problem. You may have water leaking into the wall now.

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