|Posted by hj on June 12, 2003 at 21:37:21:|
|In response to Re: whirlpool causing backflow nextdoor|
If the drain will not handle the flow when draining, then it would not make any difference if it had an air gap. The air gap would be to protect your tub from the neighbor's pollution anyway. A plumber needs to unplug the drain.
: I have a kohler whirlpool in my co-op apartment installed by privious owner.
: A plumber who looked at the problem thinks it's a clog somewhere in the drain.
: The management thinks that it's because of a lack of VACUUM BREAKER (which they described as a hole on the wall outside of the tub).
: Does this make any sense?
: Just trying to get to a solution. Thanks!
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