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Old 01-28-2016, 02:14 PM   #1
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Duplex. No floor clean out before leaving the house and no clean out on this stack buried in the center wall
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Old 01-28-2016, 02:20 PM   #2
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Tap one in with pvc and silicone it shut. That's what they'd do in Wisconsin. AYOH!
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Tap one in with pvc and silicone it shut. That's what they'd do in Wisconsin. AYOH!
That's not nice, we do duct tape

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In Arkansas we use a ball peen hammer and plastic taped on
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Are you sure there's no cleanout behind the wall? I have busted a few walls open to expose a cleanout. It may be facing a stupid direction.
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Looks to be the least intrusive...never used them before...

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Are you sure there's no cleanout behind the wall? I have busted a few walls open to expose a cleanout. It may be facing a stupid direction.
looks the same from both sides
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Drill a hole with a holesaw then use a T-cone to plug the hole.
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Pull the stool and run from there????????
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Looks to be the least intrusive...never used them before...

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You'd still have to get those straps around pipe.
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