Re: Disposal remnants in neighbors tub
Posted by Gary Swart on January 15, 2004 at 21:09:02:
In response to Re: Disposal remnants in neighbors tub
Just a little more on you problem. The only time there should be water in a drain is when it is actually in use. They do not hold water (other than the trap)between uses. The type of snake available to homeowners is too small to be of much value unless the clog is small and close to the fixture. Usually it requires a professional plumber to auger the drain with professional equipment. A word of caution. DO NOT pour drain cleaner into the drain. They don't work and can create a hazardous condition for the plumber. If you already have used cleaner, tell the plumber what you used, when, and how much. As HJ says, the condo association should deal with this.

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