|Posted by Joy on August 28, 2002 at 17:12:57:|
|In response to Re: Slow running kitchen drain|
:I have a similar problem with my kitchen sink. It became very, very slow draining just in one evening. The drain under the sink was clear, so I presumed it is in the wall area----. So today, I am going to buy a bottle of muratic acid which my dad told me to try.
If this doesn't work, I'll probably dig up the plumbing in the back yard (again), because this type of thing has happened every summer for the past three years. Last year, it started with the bathtub drain stopping up and backing up into the toilet.
You might try digging your sewer line up in spots
You can rent an electric snake, but the ones I have seen have been so abused that it is dangerous for you to use them. A plumber will unplug it and may also be able to tell if there is any other problem with the system.
: : I have a unique problem with my kitchen sink draining slowly.
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