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Is there any situation in which the "was" rather than "were"

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Is there any situation in which the "was" rather than "were" is used in a conditional if...then sentence ?

For example, I have seen sentence that says 'f it wasn't for that phrase "no parking anytime except for Sunday", everyone can park on Monday'.

Can anyone point out whether the sentence is correct ? If not, in what ways this sentence has gone wrong gramtically ? Also, is "were" the gramimatically to-be verb to use in ALL conditional 'if...then" sentences ? Any exception to the rule ?

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