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Thread: Septic lift plumbing

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    Default Septic lift plumbing

    I'm rerouting the plumbing from above, and I'll have an isolated 6-foot horizontal course of septic lifting fluid. Currently fed into a 4-inch line that has an upward feed from frequently used fixtures. The question is whether I support a 4-inch line or can run 2 inches for that segment. The basement is used several times a year.
    Should I call a plumber or I could find some guides about it?

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    You know, it's hard to find a good plumber these days.

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    The question of plumbers is rare, but the problem is that not everyone knows how to solve such problems. Once I had a situation, it is a little different from yours and I needed to clean the pipes and there were no specialists I just decided to do it myself. I watched reviews and tutorials on youtube and then found this site https://www.vocationaltraininghq.com...ecome/plumber/. I think it will help because it helped me. To be honest it's hard. Now I can but I'm still not an expert, but I can do something

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