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Frozen water pipes can be thawed by shutting off the main water valve, opening the faucets and applying heat to the frozen pipe. Pipes often freeze when the temperature drops during the winter and no insulation is availa... More »

Thaw frozen pipes by opening the faucet and then applying heat to the frozen area. You need heated towels, a heating pad or an electric hair dryer. Most pipes can be thawed in less than an hour. More »

The best way to thaw frozen pipes is to apply some form of heat. The heat slowly thaws the water so that it flows freely. More »

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