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topeth

05:27PM | 10/03/12
Member Since: 10/03/12
1 lifetime posts
Bvplumbing
Hello guys. I'm a newcomer here and I have this terrible problem at my kitchen pipe. The pipe plug seems not to be working anymore now as I have called for help at http://www.rentaltoolsonline.com/Rental-Tools-Online-SAVA-Inflatable-Pipe-Plugs-s/117.htm but since there has not been any significant response from them. Please if anyone can come up with anything that would be a great help. Thanks.

Sylvan

04:53PM | 10/07/12
Member Since: 01/24/06
1507 lifetime posts
Me_office1
FORGET using any type of inflatable devices on a kitchen /bathroom sink as you will cause one major flood

These fixtures are vented and if your forcing water in the possibility of cleaning a stoppage is just about nil

To properly clean a kitchen sink stoppage is to remove the trap, snake out the waste line then water jet the lines to scour the lines removing years of grease deposits to restore full flow as originally designed . Keep a decent sized wet dry by the area.

Waterjetted

MichelCleark

07:48AM | 10/19/12
Member Since: 10/19/12
1 lifetime posts
Have you hired any plumber for repairing? First check whether there is any blockage in a pipe or something else. It is always better to ask a solution to a good plumber. DIY Cabinets

Sylvan

03:16PM | 10/19/12
Member Since: 01/24/06
1507 lifetime posts
Me_office1
Many of the cals that come into my office start as

"Help my husband tried to"

With that I hear about acid /chemical placed in the line or a busted /stuck cable they rented

I think alot of these folks would try self taught brain surgery if they had a head ache They be out there trying to save a buck can cost them thousands
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