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Old 01-29-2016, 09:24 AM   #31
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ok just heat the joint up and pull apart, or cut with a sawsall at the joint line( between the cleanout and the T) and a standard nohub clamp will clamp tight on the outside of the cleanout fitting...
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ok just heat the joint up and pull apart, or cut with a sawsall at the joint line( between the cleanout and the T) and a standard nohub clamp will clamp tight on the outside of the cleanout fitting...
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maybe the pvc was another drain...the 1 1/2 copper coming from the T is proper place for vent, being its original to the house..99% its a vent..either way it has nothing todo with the clogged pipe...there are thousands of houses with no vents before code mandated them and they all drain fine for the most part...

Nahh thats new York plumbing... How could you miss that obvious **** work?

For someone with 26 years experience your not showing it?

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We need one simple question answered. You said your KS backed up. Is that the 1.5 inch pipe going verticle that the washer ties into? If so nothing has a vent.
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Nahh thats new York plumbing... How could you miss that obvious **** work?

For someone with 26 years experience your not showing it?
why dont you elaborate on whats wrong?
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Screw it. Heated the clean out off. There is 2" copper pipe running down into what I would assume cast iron. I'm going to just put a new clean out in and a tee for the washer and sink.
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