Over the past few years the piping in my back yard had started to collapse and shrink and block up every other month or so. It wasnt much of the main problem though.They (Huski Plumbing) didnt find any leaks in the pipe that would suggest a broken line anywhere and couldnt figure why it would be blocking up when they ran a camera through it. It started collecting dirt in it a couple months ago and completely blocked up, so I had my sewer line from the house to the city line replaced where they noticed some kind of double Y joint in the city line. The plumbers (Huski Plumbing) blew out the area with a blow bag before installing the new pipe about a month ago at that double Y joint. Everything ran fine for about 2 weeks and started collecting dirt in the line again and backing up. There is a tree on my property that sits right over the city line and am wondering if that might be the problem, there were no roots near my line when they dug it up. I dont have any trees near the line either. I am wondering if this may be a problem since my neighbors have had problems in the past too with this line. It continues to back up every time I use the washer and wont flush through large amounts of water. I am going to purchase a blow bag but going to be an annoying process continuing to flush out my line to the city line. I am wondering what can be done about this situation
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question with dirt in sewer line