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Simply put, moist air from anything can build up condensate. If this moist air or vented furnace vapor is exposed to freezing temperatures, eventually it will form a build up. The temperature inside has to be greater than freezing air around it, or it will build up a frosty ice cube. Pay close attention to insulating heat exchange if the furnace is not ...


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Not a licensed plumber by any means but, what if he was to replace that black sideways abomination with a 4-way connector, similar to what's under it, but add a "pop valve" that would allow air into the line? Wouldn't that give him some better flow under a heavy load. Kind of bugs me that we don't see a vent pipe anywhere near that main stack.


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Yes, as @TomG says, take the standpipe up - but I'll modify 18" to "as far as the ceiling or the 8 foot limit allows", that's the least expensive first approach, and if it solves it, you are done. Get it right up inbetween the floor joists. If a plumber was involved in the black Tee on the white PVC pipe at the top of the picture, the licensing board should ...


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Washing machine bubble overflow can be encountered from a few different problems. A partially clogged drain or a dirty catch screen on the discharge line is a probable cause with those symptoms. If they're truly doing the SAME thing, and no I forgot to mention's come up, what else could it be but a clogged line? More often with the bubbles everywhere problem ...


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HE detergents create very, very little foam. She may have switched detergent brands. Or there was a load done with a soapy car wash rag or something similar in it.



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