suds backing up


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Old 08-14-01, 03:09 PM
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I just had a new sink installed in my kitchen with 2 sink drains. It was a little different than my other sink although the old one had 2 drains as well. Since the new sink was installed, suds bubble up into the other sink all over my clean dishes. The plumber changed the T and when it didn't make a difference, he told me I have a clog. The drain seems freely open. What could be causing this?
 
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Old 08-14-01, 05:51 PM
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He's right. Probably a partial clog.
Why didn't he clear it for you?
 
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Old 09-01-01, 12:21 PM
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Hi,

A neighbor had some of his sidning replaced and they had 83' feet left over (its 12" wide). He new I need some siding replaced and offered to sell it to me for $75.
I don't know much about siding...is this a reasonable price?

Also, what kind of skill level and tools would you need to replace siding on your own?

Thanks,
Shawn
 
 

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