You can put root killer in the drain, Copper Sulfate. This is supposed to kill the roots but not hurt the tree.
Partial stoppage OR BAD VENTING Or undersized drain lines
If your Spa is attached to your pool more than likely your valve actuator is not set in the correct mode.
Broken supply line or drain. Crawl underneath and see which.
Most drain pipes are made of copper
Underneath the car.
The drain hose is connected to a nipple underneath the battery tray.
The drain plug on a 1981 Virago 750 on the underneath part of the radiator. You will need to remove a bolt to drain it.
no, even uncovered it would not be hurt, but you should drain it and clean it no, even uncovered it would not be hurt, but you should drain it and clean it
rightside bottom underneath.
it depends on what kind of drain it is.
the transmission drain plug is located on the transmission underneath the dash area
You could do that but you would need a trap to stop sewer gas from coming in. The toilet has the trap integrated into it. If you have access to underneath then you could add one.
Supply lines- Hot and cold water for each sink, bathtub, Jacuzzi tub, and shower. Cold water for each toilet. Drain lines- one for each sink, bathtub, Jacuzzi tub, shower, and toilet.
Usually. Going through the overflow drain gets you straight into the drain without having to make the sharp bend in the tub drain. There could be a trap that comes apart in the drain underneath if it is accessible.
underneath next to the oil drain plug
underneath the engine
Underneath the engine, in the middle of the shield under the frame there is a oil drain plug.
There are none...i have an 87, short cab and there are no drain holes.
Remove the drain hose from underneath the car on passenger side. usedcompressed air . www.lextechautomotivellc.com
The oil drain plug is located on the oil pan underneath the block.
You have to remove the long plastic rock guard underneath the front end in order to see the radiator drain cock. It usually has a winged threaded plug that you can loosen for the collant to drain out. Get a flashlight underneath or feel for it. It is at the bottom corner of the radiator, driver side.
Underneath the engine, on the crankcase.
If you are standing in front of the car. It is underneath of the drivers side.So you have to replace drain plug from under car.
the drain plug should be located on the passenger side of the radiator right underneath the bottom tranmission line