Patching leak in concrete basement wall

Old 03-29-01, 09:50 AM
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I have leak in my basement where a metal wall tie goes into the concrete wall. What's the best way to stop the leak while the water is coming in? Also, what's the best way to seal up the leak after it dries up?

Old 04-10-01, 12:03 PM
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To Whom It May Concern:

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Old 11-23-01, 04:08 PM
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