|Posted by Keith Holden on July 31, 2002 at 09:54:04:|
I fitted a replaced a tub in our flat , where it was previously unused. We are three floors up and since then my lowest neighbour finds some regurge.
Plumber told me that the waste stack was quite clogged and he told me that the only real way to prevent the regurge below was not to open the pop-up waste fully and let the tub water drain more slowly - otherwise a whole new waste stack would be needed by everyone eventually.
Is this true - or does anyone have any further thoughts.
Would it be worth lower neighbours fitting a anti-regurge valve or are they dangerous?
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