But put the infill back in and it overspills again
Had a go at unblocking, may have helped a little but still same kind of story with the infill out of the trap its fine
I'll get something to to see if there blocked tomorrow then starting with the shower nearest the stack, what's the best to get job done? Thanks again
Just whats in the pic, x2 40mm and the larger soil pipe
Change the traps or rod them
This is where they come into the stack, there is a bath as well which drains away straight away when I put the tap on full, when I put water down...
I've just tried it and I can't put the water on full before it starts to spill over
Do you think changing the trap to a fast flow will make any difference? Or fitting a deeper tray will this allow a better fall and flow?
It runs in the floor to an external stack, the house is only 8 years old and we've always had the problem so I'm thinking it's not a blockage...
The pipe looks 40mm although there doesn't look like much of a fall on it, not sure if the waste trap is fast flow and if this would make much...
I've removed the tray please see pics
I'm thinking because I've been removing the water trap bit that hair has become stuck over time because it hasn't a trap to stop it but to start...
Can anyone recommend the best fast flow trap?
Just not sure what to try first maybe try a fast flow trap first
There is no blockage its always been like it
Can u get larger than 40mm? If so will it fit on the trap as standard?
The house is only 8 years old so I'm guessing it will already have 40mm pipe fitted tho?
If I fit a fast flow trap will I be able to fit a larger waste pipe or are they all standard?
Removing the trap used to work now it's doesn't as much even with it out so in my opinion it's either the fall isn't enough or the trap and/or...
Right guys bank holiday and its raining, time to have a go at the shower. Both my showers upstairs when your in them the water doesn't get away...
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