If you mean stop the leak and avoid a repair, the answer is probably not. If
there was/is such an item it would be a violation of the plumbing code to use
When there is a leak you are required to REMOVE the defective material and
replace it with 'sound material'. This normal requires a permit and would
include a pressure test of the entire system.
I already know that the leak is under the house and not inside. They will
tell me that you have a leak under the house. They utility company is not
to crawl under the house and identify the actual location of the leak in
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