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  • hydraulic slowdown

    I have a 2-story condo. The kitchen is on the 2nd floor. I've been having problems with drainage on the kitchen waste line.

    I called in a plumber to check what the problem was. He said I had a 'code problem' with the riser, that there was a problem of 'hydraulic slowdown where the riser ties into the 4-inch waste line.

    I had never heard the term before so I googled it and have had no luck inf getting any information. Now it may be that my google-fu is no good so I am asking the experts if there is such a term in plumbing and what it means and how it can affect the waste water leaving the kitchen area.

    Thank you before-hand in anwering my questions.

  • #2
    Re: hydraulic slowdown

    VooDoo B.S.

    You're Fired!

    J.C.

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    • #3
      Re: hydraulic slowdown

      " a 'code problem' with the riser, that there was a problem of 'hydraulic slowdown where the riser ties into the 4-inch waste line".

      wow! thats some good $hlt. Did you say he's your plumber or A science fiction writer for Paramount Pictures. "A hydraulic slowdown", "where the riser ties into the 4" waste pipe" (don't drink the water), and a code problem in Mexico.

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      • #4
        Re: hydraulic slowdown

        You need to try a regular plumber that has cleaned a drain before

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