Problems from a drain pipe that slopes to much?
None, people used to think it caused erosion or leave solids behind but it was proven not true
Will not having a drain pipe from sink and shower pipes to outsides drainage pipes have any connections to sewer problems you are having?
You can drain it directly into a drain pipe. Just make sure the the top of the drain pipe is even with the top of the washing machine. If not, the water from the washing machine will drain all of the time. There is no valve in the machine to stop the water from draining. The washing machine drains using a pump motor.
What should you do if your shower gurgles when the toilet is flushed and the toilet doesn't always work and you also get a drain pipe leak in your basement when too much water is used at the same time?
A dehumidifier is a device for the removal of moisture from the air. The copper pipe that is not connected is almost certainly a drain pipe. As the dehumidifier removes moisture from the air, it has to collect and then drain in some way. A drain pipe would handle the latter chore. Consult the manufacturer or a distributor for a manual or just some information.
When there is a backup in the various city or your local drainage system the lowest point in your home may have the drains fill up or overflow. If you live in an area that has this problem on a regular basis there is a temporary fix, that can help you avoid a partially flooded basement. If your home has one floor drain, try this: Uncover the drain and check the size of the pipe…
What's the question? There's all different slopes. I've seen some that are practically flat - depends on the area usually. I believe here sewer has to be a minimum of 1%. But I don't think there is a minimum with storm drain - as long as it has SOME fall. Probably depens on your area, and if youre just doing it for yourself then that's definitely all that matters I would think.
Why does a washing machine drain pipe keep overflowing even when there are no obstructions in the pipe?
The washing machine is pumping out water faster than the drain pipe can handle. A trap in the drain pipe to which the washing machine hose is attached is required and that makes the water flow slower than you might expect. Having the washing machine some distance from the main drain line requiring a long horizontal run in the machine's drain pipe will also result in a slower flow. Other causes could be: undersized waste…