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    Trouble snaking 2" roof vent with 90 degree turn

    Tried hydro jetting today and water came into the garage from the ceiling where the vent pipe is. Seems this pipe was capped at some point. Thanks for your advice.
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    Trouble snaking 2" roof vent with 90 degree turn

    No sink there. Hopefully we clear it with the snake. If not, we will take the elbow off and I'll report back.
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    Trouble snaking 2" roof vent with 90 degree turn

    Yeah it goes in the garage wall. If the snake fails, we will open that wall. Thankfully it's plywood not drywall. Thanks
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    Trouble snaking 2" roof vent with 90 degree turn

    Good questions. We were up there doing roof work and noticed water in the vent. The vent should connect to the main sewer line that runs to the street behind the house. All plumbing was replaced per code about 5 years ago. There are other vents for the main sewer line and there are no...
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    Trouble snaking 2" roof vent with 90 degree turn

    At least a foot or two of water before the elbow. What's back graded? Don't think a vent should have any water, especially 12' above grade.
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    Trouble snaking 2" roof vent with 90 degree turn

    Hello LOVEly People, we noticed this week that our 5 year old 2" cast iron roof vent pipe has been holding water. I have a hand held 1/2" auger that connects to a drill but we were not able to get it through the 90 degree turn that is about 2 feet down the pipe. What would you experts...
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