Well its me again. Our plumber final came too break the concrete in the floor and split the line that runs from the shower to the main drain line. He ran a vent line between the "P" trap and the Main sewer line. And still we are getting sewer gasses up from this shower. I beleive we have done everthing you have instructed us to do. What more can we do?
J. R. Kirkendoll
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