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    Yeah - they certainly move some water, but what I...

    Yeah - they certainly move some water, but what I don't like is that they make it hard to get that push/pull thing like big rubber plungers.
  2. Haha, yeah, I know it's not a very good solution,...

    Haha, yeah, I know it's not a very good solution, but no one has offered much opinion on the 3 possible fixes I listed in the first post, or the possible vent complication in my subsequent post. So I...
  3. Just thought I'd update. I removed the basement...

    Just thought I'd update. I removed the basement toilet and bathroom sink, and plugged both of those drains, along with the floor drain that was overflowing. I left the laundry sink unplugged, so I...
  4. Ok, so some new questions, and hopefully some...

    Ok, so some new questions, and hopefully some more responses.

    So, before this whole backup thing started, I noticed that whenever the first floor toilet was flushed, the toilet in the basement...
  5. clogged basement floor drain, sludge, misery, hopelessness, fear

    So I bought a house about 8 months ago. Built in 1939 (in case it's important). Everything seemed fine with plumbing until about 2 weeks ago, when I discovered that the basement floor drain had...
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