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    I don't know what happened to the snake; I...

    I don't know what happened to the snake; I couldn't find it. Once I cleaned out the gunk by repeatedly pouring in water and vacuuming it out, I found a pile of lead drips blocking the pipe. After...
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    I sincerely hope the snake didn't auger into the...

    I sincerely hope the snake didn't auger into the ground. The idea of sawing the cement really helps. If the cast iron needs to be replaced at least I can dig it out a bit and save a little on the...
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    My kitchen sink on the ground floor drains into a...

    My kitchen sink on the ground floor drains into a 2" steel pipe that goes out the roof and joins a cast iron drain pipe at the basement floor. Approximately 34 years ago, I had a rooter guy cleaning...
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    trapped snake head

    I have a snake head trapped at an elbow in a cast iron drain pipe where it is joined by a 2" vertical steel drain pipe/vent. I am advised to have the basement floor jackhammered and the pipe...
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    Thank you for your help. I guess there's no way...

    Thank you for your help. I guess there's no way to avoid biting the bullet and pulling the toilet. At least I now have some things to look for. By the way, the toilet in the picture isn't mine;...
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    Is it even possible to snake it?

    Are the bends too sharp? Is it possible to be mounted enough off center to clog but not off center enough to leak? The toilet appears to be in good shape; no cracks, chips etc. and I don't have the...
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    help with Norris toilet

    I'm trying to snake a 1970's Norris front trap toilet without any luck. The snake seems to go up over the trap and snags on the down side. It doesn't bring anything back but seems to hit a porcelain...
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