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Old 10-28-2020, 02:46 PM   #1
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Outdoor Kitchen Sink Stopped Up/Slow Drain

Had another issue with our 2021 NP 382FLRB. The kitchen in the outdoor kitchen area drains real slow. I have tried the normal means of relieving the slow draining like plunger and snake drain...no luck it is still stopped up. I actually could not get the snake further than a couple feet down the system and the plunger sucked up a few pieces of styrofoam and plastic...I am guessing that is what is wrong that there is construction debris down the line that has it stopped up.

Has anyone else had this issue? Any suggestions if you did vs taking it in for warranty work...which I might have to do when i take it in to get front cap window fixed. Thanks.
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If it is Styrofoam I know pb blaster melts it.
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If you have a shop vac you could try sucking it back out the sink. Make sure other drains are open or it is vented so you can get good flow. If you get some results but still not great try blowing it out with the shop vac in reverse.

If you can take off the trap you might get better results.

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I might try that...it is a lube so it should not hurt any valves/seals I would think??
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If you have a shop vac you could try sucking it back out the sink. Make sure other drains are open or it is vented so you can get good flow. If you get some results but still not great try blowing it out with the shop vac in reverse.

If you can take off the trap you might get better results.

Keep us informed.
I tried the vac already...both ways and it did not help. It may be a warranty repair...let them figure it out at the shop.
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