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11-07-2019 01:46 PM
goodshot I suppose it had to get worse before it gets better, it's going to be ok.
11-07-2019 12:43 PM
Argent11
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Oh my, this went downhill, or was it "up in smoke"?

We have tree roots seeking moisture in the clay tile we have here.
It was just a big tree root that broke open the line. Trees dead now but they had to dig up everything to get to it.
It makes me sick to look out there now it's a mess. The grass is just big mud puddles now.
11-07-2019 07:34 AM
goodshot Oh my, this went downhill, or was it "up in smoke"?

We have tree roots seeking moisture in the clay tile we have here.
11-06-2019 10:39 PM
Tom W. You're not supposed to flush joints down the pipes..... put them in an old pipe that you can light.....
11-06-2019 09:58 PM
Argent11
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do you have joints in your pipe, that the roots get in?
No, its over now anyway. A site maintenance crew is coming out to clean things up.
11-06-2019 09:34 PM
goodshot do you have joints in your pipe, that the roots get in?
11-06-2019 09:29 PM
Argent11 It looks like bombers went over back there. Sewer works great now. But hire an oil field contractor. They dang sure will get it done.
But they will destroy anything in the way. Thank goodness our mulberry tree survived, it wasn't the culprit.
11-06-2019 07:44 PM
goodshot A flush beats a full house any day.
11-06-2019 07:34 PM
Argent11
T Rex ate our tree. :(

Oh gosh it was back here again and tore up the yard. And found that a tree to be the cause of the plumbing problem.
Ripped it right out of the ground, and dug a WWI trench doing it across the yard. Walkway is toast, I guess we
have to start all over again back there.

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