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Old 01-02-2009, 03:12 PM   #16
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Finding waste pipes under a slab

I had to locate our sewer line out in the yard because we wanted to T into it. I hired a local plumber who came out with the camera locating equipment. He was even able to tell me the rough depth of the pipe. So we picked a location where it was down about 6' and he was within 1' of where he thought it was. Cost was around $225 - but it was well worth it

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