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The city of Seattle redesigned their website so the guide about removing your downspout is here:

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Betty Sujaya

Thank you for sharing this :)

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The Big Small

Fantastic article! Hugely helpful for me as I am dealing with an older home with failed (collapsed drain tile) perimeter drainage.

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