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  • 2-1/2 inch econo plug?

    I cannot find one. Its for one of those older 2" floor drains. Seems its threaded, and would fit a 2" pvc threaded plug, but its stripped.

    Any leads?

    Thanks.

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    Re: 2-1/2 inch econo plug?

    Originally posted by NorthernIllinoisPlumber View Post
    I cannot find one. Its for one of those older 2" floor drains. Seems its threaded, and would fit a 2" pvc threaded plug, but its stripped.

    Any leads?

    Thanks.
    Do you want to plug the floor drain?

    Thanks.

    J.C.

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    • #3
      Re: 2-1/2 inch econo plug?

      Elmwood Supply - Elmwood Park, IL


      try Andy he should have them

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      • #4
        Re: 2-1/2 inch econo plug?

        Originally posted by where am i View Post
        Elmwood Supply - Elmwood Park, IL


        try Andy he should have them
        Thanks, I will check them out.

        Yep, they need to plug the floor drain. Apparently the drain is a hair lower (or backpitched)than the 2" line it feeds into. When the laundry is discharged into the laundry tub, water overflows from the drain, and makes a mess (I am sure suds have a hand in this as well). The line is clear, (I camera'd it, and kinked my cable). It has been plugged ever since they moved in. The sewer backed up a couple of months ago, and the head pressure blew the plug. They need a new one, as the other one is dried out rubber.

        I am not done with them yet, as I am looking for the correct remedy.

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