- n. An opening or drain leading into a plumbing system to provide a location to insert a snake or other implement for cleaning.
“The contract also stated Egan would rod out the new line and install a cleanout, which is a small access area in the couple's front lawn so they could more easily clear future blockages.”
“World Cup 2018: IOC president Jacques Rogge urges Fifa 'cleanout”
“Going there for the inevitable cleanout was beyond painful.”
“Any time I see a missing cleanout plug, I tell my client that the cleanout plug needs to be replaced, and the floor drain may need to be cleaned out or replaced.”
“The bottom of the trap is clogged, and someone removed the cleanout plug to allow water to drain directly in to the sewer, instead of going through the trap.”
“A missing cleanout plug usually means one of two things:”
“Is it possible that I have a floor drain without a cleanout?”
“Plumbing cleanout plug, clogged floor drain, floor drain, floor drains, missing cleanout plug, sewer gas”
“The drain was clogged, someone removed the cleanout plug to clean the drain, and they forgot to put the plug back in.”
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