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- Dec 27, 2015
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So all other drains work, but there's only 1 pipe exiting the house? .that would say it's before the main.
I own a small plumbing company. Started with the company when I was 13 and bought it a little over 2 years ago. We do a LOT of old homes and cast iron work. I still use my packing irons for lead tooYou must be a plumber or manage a ton of rental properties. This was my 2nd cast iron sewer headache in the last 10 years.
You forgot Don't chew your fingernails.Hot is on the left, cold on the right and **** runs down hill. All you need to know bout plumbing.
You forgot don’t lick your fingers and pay days on Friday.Hot is on the left, cold on the right and **** runs down hill. All you need to know bout plumbing.
If it’s 50 years old, you should hope it’s cast underground. Cause that beats the hell out of clay tile or orangeburg, which is just wood pulp compressed with tar paper—which is as weak as it sounds—and was pretty common back then.I 'think' I saw cast pipe actually going into the ground where it goes to the county sewage system.