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  1. Re: Washer hookup to kitchen drain causing backup

    FINAL SOLUTION: After doing much research, and agonizing over the difficulties in attempting to hook up an excess overflow tank, the actual answer to the problem was to replace the standard top-load...
  2. Re: Washer hookup to kitchen drain causing backup

    Thank you all for your suggestions! It IS a 2" drainage pipe (from what I am told standard for most old kitchens), and IS connected to both the 1st floor neighbor (the problem), as well as the 2nd...
  3. Re: Washer hookup to kitchen drain causing backup

    Since Washer/Dryer unit is hooked up in the kitchen, unfortunately this is not an option. Thanks anyway! Still struggling for a permanent solution! :D
  4. Washer hookup to kitchen drain causing backup

    We have a BIG problem with a recent kitchen renovation on a previously renovated 100+ year old building in which we installed a washer/dryer unit in the old pantry closet causing water backup with...
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