r/Plumbing- advice would be greatly appreciated! Sewer line scope video

Hello! My husband and I are under contract on what would be our first house. It's an old house, built in 1902. We had a sewer line scope done today that I was not present for, but the guy called me and told me that one of the joints is slightly offset, causing water to leak into the ground. I'll be discussing this with my realtor tomorrow during our full inspection, but does this look like something that could be fixed with pipe relining? Or only fixed by completely digging out and replacing the sewer line? Trying to figure out if I should be ready to walk away from this house. Thanks in advance. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EjeTnbntH5po7Pye0jWaHLXmPk2QEh6l/view submitted by /u/JohnGoodmanFan [link] [comments]

r/Plumbing- advice would be greatly appreciated! Sewer line scope video

Hello!

My husband and I are under contract on what would be our first house. It's an old house, built in 1902. We had a sewer line scope done today that I was not present for, but the guy called me and told me that one of the joints is slightly offset, causing water to leak into the ground.

I'll be discussing this with my realtor tomorrow during our full inspection, but does this look like something that could be fixed with pipe relining? Or only fixed by completely digging out and replacing the sewer line? Trying to figure out if I should be ready to walk away from this house. Thanks in advance.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EjeTnbntH5po7Pye0jWaHLXmPk2QEh6l/view

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