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    Unhappy vent problems

    wearhouse 6 building each has toilets their back to back each has 3in double tee main line feeds in to a septic tank i was told that the tank was drain but the to toilets at the in of the building slow going down i checked the roof vent and their is a 2in line from the 3in line 90s over then up i cut all that out to put 3in line stright up to vent right i snake the drain and still i see water in the line could it be because the 3in line going out to the far end of the building which those lines also vent thru a 2in line would slow down the flush to the last two toilets

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    Plunger/TurdPuncher kingsotall's Avatar
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    Try using some periods, buddy. That convolated message is a chore to read.
    Sounds like the building drain is still blocked. Can you pull a toilet and try rodding from there¿

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    Was`nt this in another thread?

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    Yep, sure was!

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    Yes indeed it was.

    MAIN LINE IS PLUGGED

    Toilets don't need vents!

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