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    Having a drain problem over here. Any plumbers?

    When my basin in the laundry room drains it overflows the toilet in my back bathroom.

    Iíve got one hell of a mess over here!
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    I had the same problem, I had to get two plungers and plunge them both at the same time, took a few try’s but it went down.
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    Call Brian aka Chuckie and tell him you're from Mm


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    Bison plumbing in Warren. Got a referral from multiple ppl here . They were awesome, reasonable priced and honest.

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    Yup, Bison is great!

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    Another vote for bison here. Straight forward and they don't try to upsell you stuff you do not need.

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    Thanks guys. I have someone coming to inspect the septic system next week. It needs to be done for the city anyway. If its not a problem with the septic system then I'll have to call a plumber.
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    If it only affects one part of the house it’s probably not a septic issue, more then likely a blockage in the drain pipe.
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    I agree. The other bathroom and kitchen don't back up that toilet. I do get a puddle in the back when I take a shower sometimes.

    I need to have the septic system checked within 30 days for the city anyway. I figured that I would rule that out before I spend money snaking a drain. Its not costing me any extra to have it done.

    Besides It only affects the laundry and all my cloths are clean now anyway... I can wait a week before i have it looked at.
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    Sounds like or septic field is shot. Going though the same thing. Can’t redo field for $5000. Will be $8000 to hook up to city sewer.
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