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Posted by Gian on September 27th, 1999 05:00 PM
In reply to Good Info, And More ... by Jay J on September 27th, 1999 04:10 PM [Go to top of thread]


So so far the consensus is to unclog the
existing drains. I hadn't actually considered
this. I have tried to pour water from my
(pretty low flow) garden hose and it does
overflow during this test. I just climbed up a
ladder to my roof. I could take the gutter apart,
it connects to the drain at about knee level.
I guess I'd assumed that the drain would be
un-clogable, but I can check if I can see anything
near where my gutters meet this drain.

I should point out that there are no leaves at all
in my gutters, I don't have any trees close to the
house so I fear whatever's clogging these drains
is a more insidious.


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