Plumber without thermodynamics

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Do you need to know thermodynamics to be a great plumber?How much thermodynamics do you need to know?All of it including the first and second principles of thermodynamics?I want to become one and I don't know how much physics is required to become one.Can you help me?
Also are pV,pT and VT diagrams required to learn as a plumber?Will I ever use them?
Thank you for your attention.I'd appreciate advices from you.
 

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A plumbers forum would be a better place for this thread. I don’t know what sort of useful advice you could get here for this topic.

We will close this thread. We don’t have the correct expertise to adequately advise you on this topic
 

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