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I had this problem - a kitchen drain pipe clogged at an elbow in the pipe (not in the sink trap) with a solid white crumbly material. I used concentrated lye I to try to dissolve the clog but that didn't work at all and I had to draIn concntrated lye water from the pipe before I could open it to get close to the clog. I bought a cheap 1/4 inch auger (human-...


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Four years ? Your arm must be very tired and muscular. How did you find time to google forever? Try DuckDuckGo. You need a razor window/glass scraper. Use the scraper and some denatured alcohol, apply a little denatured alcohol before hand to soften it up then scrape it and wipe with the denatured alcohol, Repeat. You may need to CAREFULLY clean the blade ...


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The problem appears to be fundamentally due to low water pressure: see the last "update 4" in the question. Based on flow-rate estimates and a 1 bar pressure = 8 litres/minute flow rate plumbing rule-of-thumb, the pressure seems to have - for unknown reasons - dropped below the 0.5 bar of the machine's minimum spec, and this is insufficient for ...


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Professional Asbestos removal requires Specialized laundry service and showers for employees nowadays. Throwing your garments away is your best bet. Washing ALONE is probably your second, preferably NOT in your home washer. Don't wash with other garments. At this point it's all about risk. There is NO guarantee that your washer has indeed rinsed out all of ...


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I wouldn't worry so much about it. Wipe it down as best you can and then run a few empty cycles to flush the machine. The wastewater goes... well assuming you are in a relatively modern area with relatively modern infrastructure... to a treatment plant along with myriad other nasty stuff. While it is true that any exposure to friable asbestos should be ...


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