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I have ants lots of ants in my well water and do not know what to do about them i just filled my tub and have about 300 ants in it my washing machine stopped running cold water i took out the screen and it was packed with ants

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    when i run the outside hose, the next time i flush the toilet or run the bathtub, i get a bunch of dead ants in the water when i first turn it on. also the outside hose is always clogged with them. any suggestions? i am trying to sell my house, and this simply won't do.


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