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Old 01-17-2013, 05:01 PM   #16
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Thanks for all the inputs, folks! Ended up rolling the dice and called a plumber, who first ran a 100-ft snake without success, then used a blowbag, and after a few tries, things are flowing again. Turns out it wasn't under or near our house, but way over in the neighbor's yard, heading for the main sewer line, who amazingly says they weren't having any problems, but that was $125.00 well-spent, as long as it doesn't replug anytime soon. Thanks again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 01-17-2013, 05:44 PM   #17
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Oh' Mike, I understand your comment about how new members could help the responses by identifying their locations, and I have since updated mine thanks to you pointing out the lack in my info. Just don't assume everyone from where I reside believes "Redneck" is a positive term. I prefer "good country folk"... Sometimes regional biases can be roadblocks to/for some people, so just list me as a "proud
American"... Smiles!!!!!!
I love Arkansas and made a few good friends there long ago---

I like rock hounding and your state is great for that--diamonds,too, I'm told.

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