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The information below will help you learn more about your plumbing sewer and drain cleaning systems. This information will also help you use your sewer and drain plumbing utilities effectively and efficiently so that you save on utility bills while also extending the life of your plumbing sewer and drain cleaning systems.
WARNING: Do not take chances with your safety. The following information is strictly for educational purpose. We certainly never recommend that you do get involved with plumbing sewer and drain cleaning or repairs on your own. All plumbing sewer and drain cleaning or-related repairs require professional training and experience with water, gas or electric systems. Undertaking such repairs can be very dangerous if you don't have the appropriate training. For professional plumbing sewer and drain cleaning or repair help call us 24/7 at:
Copper Drainage Systems and Using a Snake to Clear the Main Line
Copper drainage systems are usually not much trouble. The copper provides many years of good service, and it is not normally a contributor to stoppages. In fact, in 20 years, I can't recall a time when a copper DWV system caused any problems. Oh sure, they get stopped up, but all drains can. In general, copper is a good above-ground drainage material that is very dependable.
After you get the clean-out open, you can push a snake into the line. Follow these instructions:
1. Push the snake into the clean out and push it down into the pipe as far as it will go.
2. When you reach the clog, keep turning the snake, working it back and forth to loosen the clog.
When you feel resistance, you know that you've reached the clog.
3. Run some water through the pipe from a nearby sink.
If the water doesn't back up from the clean out, the clog has been cleared.
4. Replace the clean-out plug and run hot water into the pipe for several minutes.
When you flush the toilet, everything should run okay.
Still Clogged Call a Plumber
Some blockages are so far down the line that your snake can't reach them. If the blockage is caused by tree roots or some other tough blockage, your little snake won't make a dent. In either case, you could rent a power auger from a rental center, but we don't recommend it. Power augers are difficult to operate and can be dangerous if the end of the steel coil gets lodged in the sewer. This type of machine has changeable cutter heads that are designed to cut roots or auger through tough clogs. If these heads get jammed and the steel coil kinks or breaks, you can get seriously hurt. You've done the hard part by removing the clean-out plug and identifying the problem, but it's time for you to call for help.
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