|Posted by hj on January 18, 2004 at 09:16:17:|
|In response to Re: Toilet bubbles when washer drains|
As long as you have a vent it is never the problem. A blocked vent does not prevent draining. You have a blocked sewer, and if it was full of "goop" and needed a pressure flush, then your sewer probably has a low spot where the goop is "growing" and needs the flushing again. A camera will not do much good until you get the sewer unplugged, and have clear water running through it.
: : : When the washer drains, my toilet bubbles and bubbles loudly then drains. I can hear the kitchen sink and a small amount of water will come up into my tub. About 18 months ago I had the same problem, so I had the main line snaked and blasted with a high pressure truck. What could possibly be causing this. Could it be a main line clog or is it possible for the air vent to be blocked. When they snaked the line all they found was that black gooy sludge.
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