What's a good way to seal joints of plastic drain pipe?

I have several sections of 4 inch corrugated drain pipe that are pieced together with several snap-on T connectors. All of this is above-ground, and the problem is that they are leaking a noticeable amount in certain places from where the pipe meets the T, and it is causing puddling in an area tha getts muddy easily.
I only really need to fix the leaking in one area.
I was thinking about going around the outside of the joint a few times with some really wide teflon tape, and then secure that with some duct tape, but that was just my first thought.
Got any better ideas?
The stuff I'm talking about: http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId051&langId=-1&catalogId053&productId0537518&marketID=9&locStoreNums1&categoryIDR8152
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId051&langId=-1&catalogId053&productId0141769&N000003+90009+528106
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Oh, and I was wanting to avoid using adhesive, as I may have to take it apart a clean it out one day.
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ShadowTek wrote:

I haven't looked in that aisle at the borg lately, but my swiss-cheese memory popped up an image of a clamshell clamp that went one corrugation down from the joint in each direction, and physically trapped all the parts. It was held together with a clip or bolt through an ear out one side.
Of course I could be hallucinating again.
Maybe if they don't exist off the shelf (any more, at least) you could fake something like that by slitting a fitting, and adding ears with rustproof sheet metal and a pop riveter? Or even just a slit fitting gusseting the joint, held in place with monster zip ties?
-- aem sends...
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ShadowTek wrote:

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId051&langId=-1&catalogId053&productId0537518&marketID=9&locStoreNums1&categoryIDR8152
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId051&langId=-1&catalogId053&productId0141769&N000003+90009+528106 Buy a roll of "Plumbers tape". It is a thick plastic tape in 2" wide rolls. It looks like a giant roll of black electrical tape. Wrap it tightly (Stretrching it well) a few time around the offending joints.
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Look under woodworking, dust collection, pieces and parts, hose clamp.
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On Thu, 9 Jul 2009 20:58:19 +0000 (UTC), ShadowTek

    It looks like I would need your zip code to see the product as my local HD appears not to carry it.
    I think I would try some silicon caulk.
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On Jul 10, 6:43�am, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

glue pipe together permanetely, install a clean out or 2 for future access......
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on 7/10/2009 6:43 AM (ET) snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote the following:

Go to your local HD page. Put in the catalog ID # (sku) as appears in the OP's link in the search box, which, in this case, would be 00537518.
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