I have been emailing back and forth with Rodney Summers at National Pride Equipment. Bottom line… that was a waste of time. I guess after you purchase stuff from National Pride they don’t help anymore? I understand that every job is unique but there are some basic setup instructions. That is what I was asking for. Here is the conversation.
Today I used my Dad’s auger that I have been storing in my basement (over a year) for the first time. My Dad has even called to check on his auger to see if it was okay but didn’t want to pick it up. It did the job and cleaned out the drain!
The plumber completed the job today! The last picture is how the plumber connected the pex to the copper and used one of my buckets. Not really sure what I expected but a bucket?
The second picture shows where the copper pigtail ends and the pex line (3/4″) starts. The pex then runs straight up from where the black top and the dirt touch, then it goes around the equipment room and in. It ended up that the water line was pvc and not copper.
I wanted to get some professional pictures done of one of my dogs for a project I am working on. So of course I called my sister Meredith. She did a great job. These are some of my favorites! Thanks Meredith!