Remove as much water as possible from above the frozen water, add a few cups of rock
salt, Redo the above procedure until well is open.
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I got a 2 foot small white hose (like the one used behind refrigerators for
water), and a squeezie bottle. Cut a hole in the top on the bottles lid a
nd push the white hose into it only about 1/2 inch. Put glue around to sea
l. Pop off lid of squeezy bottle (with hose connected) and 1/2 fill with t
able salt and 1/2 boiled water. Shake as best as possible. Then put lid b
ack on bottle. Go to hydrant, push hose end up into faucet of hydrant. An
d prop bottle upside down (like an intervense) and start squeezing mixture
into hydraunt. Mix bottle frequent between squeezes to make sure salt mixt
ure doesn't clog. If it does, blow out salt in hose and start again. This
make take a couple tries, but it works.
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