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I simply want to know how to add bleach to drain line to keep if free of baterial build up. The is a red hex plug in one side and solid PVC on the other. Do I remove plug and add bleach there?

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No,There should be a tee in the line with the opening on top for you to pour bleach.If not,you can cut the line and add a coupling with only 1 side glued.

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