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Subject: Re: PT36 shower drain


Author:
Harvey Lawrence
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Date Posted: 07/ 18/ 05, 7:19am
In reply to: Robin Williamson 's message, "PT36 shower drain" on 07/ 12/ 05, 9:40am

the drain probably suffers from years of whatever and hair and the like. I would drain my grey tank, open the valve & put a bucket under it, then try a good brand of household drain cleaner. Let it set a bit and flush.
If that does not work try a snake down the pipe through to the tank. Also check your roof plumbing vent pipe to make sure you do not have any barn swallows or the like.
Harv

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[> Subject: Re: PT36 shower drain


Author:
Jim Scoggins
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Date Posted: 07/ 21/ 05, 9:27am

Grab the drain "plug" itself and pull it out. The trailing plug assembly will probably be wrapped in hair. Also, put a little hook in a 12 inch piece of coat hangar, push it into the drain and twirl it around. You will catch a bunch more hair. Then push the drain plug assembly back into the hole--should be OK then.

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