Re: Question regarding plumbing
- From: micky <NONONOmisc07@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 03 Feb 2012 06:41:52 -0500
On Thu, 2 Feb 2012 06:37:42 -0500, "83LowRider"
I almost have to believe that the pressure near the meter/road
is very good as it was increased to the point of the water company
giving out warnings and suggesting reduction valves for those
at street level.
That assumes everfything has gone fine since then. And plainly,
something is not fine. It could be not fine in your house, or not
fine from the city.
At a friend's house, the drains worked badly. Maybe the toilet
overflowed, The plubmer came and was going to dig up the front lawn
and replace the drain all the way to the sewere. No use of a camera
gto look for an obsturction, but another friend of the same guy told
him to call the county. The county cleaned out their part of the sewer
and after that, his drains worked fine.
It's always a mistake to think something works just because it used to
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