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    • #280311
      jbabbitt

      anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!

    • #309252
      lisa

      : : : : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!: : Your local authority should have it on file ask them for a copy of your sewer plan: I run a local plumbing co in our town. We can do locating and camera work on all sewer and drain lines with our Ridgid see snake ifyou were close ,we could helpoakwood15@webtv.net:: There are many sewer and drain cleaning cos. that are experianced in pipe line locating, with electronic transmitters they put into your drain line through the toilet opening,they can locate it with a reciever above ground. With pin point accuracy. Check your Ameritec Yellowpages.

    • #309253
      lisa

      : : : : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!: : Your local authority should have it on file ask them for a copy of your sewer plan: I run a local plumbing co in our town. We can do locating and camera work on all sewer and drain lines with our Ridgid see snake ifyou were close ,we could helpoakwood15@webtv.net:: There are many sewer and drain cleaning cos. that are experianced in pipe line locating, with electronic transmitters they put into your drain line through the toilet opening,they can locate it with a reciever above ground. With pin point accuracy. Check your Ameritec Yellowpages.

    • #308129
      lisa

      : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help! IF YOU ARE ON CITY SEWER HAVE THE CITY INSTALL A CLEAN OUT AT THE RIGHT-OF WAY,TELL THEM THAT THEY HAVE A PROBLEM WHERE THE CITY TAP IS BLOCKED OR BEHONEST WITH THEM AND ASK FOR HELP FROM THERE T.V.TRUCK, MAPS,OR PIPE HORN.

    • #308130
      lisa

      : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help! IF YOU ARE ON CITY SEWER HAVE THE CITY INSTALL A CLEAN OUT AT THE RIGHT-OF WAY,TELL THEM THAT THEY HAVE A PROBLEM WHERE THE CITY TAP IS BLOCKED OR BEHONEST WITH THEM AND ASK FOR HELP FROM THERE T.V.TRUCK, MAPS,OR PIPE HORN.

    • #305596
      lisa

      : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!Your local authority should have it on file ask them for a copy of your sewer plan

    • #305597
      lisa

      : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!Your local authority should have it on file ask them for a copy of your sewer plan

    • #305624
      lisa

      In most cases, the utility only knows where the sewer enters the property. If you have just one bath now, or two back to back, the sewer should be in a straight line out the wall on the side closest to that sewer connection. If the system is old enough, the cleanout is probably just a tee in the line with a plug in it. Otherwise, an electronic locating service can find it for a fee of $100-$200.: anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!

    • #305625
      lisa

      In most cases, the utility only knows where the sewer enters the property. If you have just one bath now, or two back to back, the sewer should be in a straight line out the wall on the side closest to that sewer connection. If the system is old enough, the cleanout is probably just a tee in the line with a plug in it. Otherwise, an electronic locating service can find it for a fee of $100-$200.: anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!

    • #305633
      lisa

      : : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!: Your local authority should have it on file ask them for a copy of your sewer planI run a local plumbing co in our town. We can do locating and camera work on all sewer and drain lines with our Ridgid see snake ifyou were close ,we could helpoakwood15@webtv.net

    • #305634
      lisa

      : : anyone out there know how to locate a sewer line? were adding on a new bathroom and need to tie in the the existing sewer but we cant find it! weve dug about 10 holes in our yard to no avail and cannot find a cleanout anywhere ! help!: Your local authority should have it on file ask them for a copy of your sewer planI run a local plumbing co in our town. We can do locating and camera work on all sewer and drain lines with our Ridgid see snake ifyou were close ,we could helpoakwood15@webtv.net

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