I have a drain hose that runs from my sewer line downstairs up to the kitchen sink drain. I noticed some water last nite and see that the original hose or pipe was installed on the edge of my concrete basement walls. This house was built in the early 70's..I felt the pipe and it feels like it is worn at the area of contact..it is so tight and heavy that I couldn't even budge it. It attaches to my drain at a sleeve and then runs into up into my kitchen wall( i guess?) to the back of my drain. If this is a hose, it is very hard. We are thinking that the house settling over time has put this pressure on the pipe or hose to become worn on the edge of the concrete. I have no access to the back of the kitchen sink..I will have to cut out some sheetrock ..Any suggestions? Iam including two pics...you can see where it has been leaking down the wall..yuk..and I put this board behind the hose to keep it off the wall for now....
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