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    Snaked out a pretty big hairball between the...

    Snaked out a pretty big hairball between the p-trap and riser, which seem to have done the trick. Front p-trap no longer overflows when back sink is draining. So looks like I don't need to mess...
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    Thanks hj, the front facing p-trap overflows when...

    Thanks hj, the front facing p-trap overflows when the rear facing sink is filled (never noticed this with front sink in place). I removed the front p-trap at the cast iron joint and noticed a lot of...
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    Back to back sinks don't drain properly

    I have two back to back sinks through a wall in the basement that drain too slowly. Old house. I've opened up the wall to expose the drain lines (see photo). The stack is behind wall to the left,...
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