I have been tracking down a similar problem in a basement cupboard of an older home w/septic we purchased going on 3 yrs now. After verifying all traps were operating correctly and busting up part of the finished floor to install new lines, no luck. The last resort, which have scheduled to be done when winter breaks, is to install a trap in front of the septic tank.
Does anyone have any experience with the success of this advice?
Burning Rubber Odor....where is it coming from?
Unknown odor in bathroom
Desperately need advice. Strange odor in m. bathroom.
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