HOW DO YOU KNOW
IF YOU HAVE TAINTED CHINESE DRYWALL?  
A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS

Above: Corrosion of water line in
refrigerator
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Corroded Coils
Note the blackening of
the copper
lines in the comparison
to right
Clean Coils
Note the fresh, shiny
copper
in comparison to left

Chinese drywall corrodes electrical wiring.  Check the electrical receptacles in
your walls to see if the wires are blackened.  Pull off the electrical plate and
look inside.  Obviously, do not touch anything - you could get shocked.   There
should be a copper wire inside.  See picture to the left (below).   The wires in
the picture to the right have been corroded from Chinese drywall.   The breaker
panel should also be checked.   
See Threshold Inspection Program
Corrosion on faucet

Picture below (Ieft) is normal copper tubing.  
Picture below (right) is corroded copper tubing
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Chinese drywall
it has a different texture
and is gray in color