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Brewmule says:

S Traps That’s a Jersey special for you. 🤦🏻‍♂️

throttle bottle says:

having done some septic work, I still don't like multi-color nuggets and other things, but sometimes ya just gotta git-r-done…..

throttle bottle says:

plunger, direct from the last toilet into your sink bowl =p =p =p

Peter Boissiere says:

The trap was put together wrong

Mydriasis100 says:

Chuck. Fellow plumber here. Taking my masters soon. Then venturing out on my own. Are you using an hourly rate, or commission business model?


I had to pull 6 toilets today at my work and I learned that jacuzzi tubs are not as popular as the used to be back in the 80s and 90s.

Harry May says:

Real plumbing at its Best !

Talha Baloch says:

You have not seen drain addict channel yet. Then u would never complain for nasty job ever.

Anthony S. says:

Yea Chuck…jobs like that suck! We Plumbers damn near need Bio-hazardous suits to walk in to those types of jobs. Just watching this video makes me want to take a shower.

Tom Dale says:

If you don't have a plunger on hand, you can also unclog your kitchen sink with vinegar and baking soda. To do so, bail out any water that's currently in the sink, and then push 1 cup of baking soda down the drain. Pour 1 cup of vinegar into the drain, and let sit for 5 minutes.How do you unclog a sink with standing water?
Salt and boiling water
After removing standing water from the sink, pour about ½ cup of table salt down the drain before you pour in the boiling water. Let it sit for a few minutes, and then flush with hot water to clear the mixture.What To Do If a Plunger & Drain Cleaner Didn't Work?
Unclog drain with baking soda & vinegar. Both the ingredients have the acidic properties that can clear out all the nasty dust and help you unclog the drain without any plunger or drain cleaner. …
Sodium Hydroxide. …
The bent wire or hanger. …
Solution of Salt and baking soda. …
The wet & dry vacuum. …
Boiling Water. …
Dish detergent.

William Dyckman says:

Chuck, speaking of the good, bad and Ugly. So why do you wear gloves? Hope you charged well for that one !!

Makita man says:

CB-1 for jobs like that a tarp is not enough you might have to invest in a hazmat suit so you can stay clean. Peace brother

Maga says:

Playing rust with boys again!.. Ang Cb2 Maga Synap back at it again!

John Krim says:

No wonder washer overflowed, standpipe way to low , should be up to top of washer control panel.


Chuck I hope you got paid well for this job, one of the nastiest I’ve seen! Nice to see you gloved up, I get flashbacks of the hospital every time I see shit like this, lol

Harry Dague says:

I hate that dam cheap plastic sink parts like that i rather cut a piece of pvc pipe and route it like that .Those types of pipes are crap looks like something some old hardware companys garbage they would throw away

Harry Dague says:

I love these older washers their great not like all this new crap the knew washers are crap

Floyd Albright says:

Gag a maget.

Avremi Rosenthal says:

Hey Chuck, love your videos. Is S traps still acceptable by code in NJ?

Donker316 says:

I do stuff like this everyday for $99 at a time. Sometimes it’s just doesn’t seem worth it but I just keep trucking. I usually don’t bleach and wipe up but I might start cause it adds that little extra value to your service. Respect and thx for the video

Chuck Quinn says:

Do you and the boys have current hepatitis shots?

Steve Hagan says:

I hate them S-traps anytime I run across them I pull them out and install an inch and a half PVC or ABS and a sanitary tee and a AAV but that's just But good job dealing with all that crap, get'ur done Chuck

Armando Madrigal says:

so you want to be a plumber?? We have the crappiest job, but we love it, thanks Cb

Richard Garcia says:

I like the new wrap on your service van. It looks both modern and professional. Was this duplex old? I thought s-traps were common in the 50s but are illegal to have if it’s a more modern, 80s or 90s built home? Anyway, good job!

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