Originally Posted by shadyones
The new vanity ended up with sink drain being 7 inches to right and top of p-trap aligned to bottom of sink drain,
I move the p-trap to sink drain then added flexible length to join exit pipe (in wall) after rotating exit pipe so the curved end of exit pipe is now facing right.
The new design just doesn't look right and I want to avoid the suggestion by neighbor to put three p-traps in series to form a flowing pipe assembly.
so in my basement i have a pump and exp. tank running the well for my sprinklers. This year in the NE it has been very dry... Wellone day i came home to find the pump still running at 6 pm...and not a drop of water comin out...my impeller got damaged but the tank was fine... i replaced the pump and it works fine....BUT NO water still....
I then took a pitcher pump ,cut the pvc coming into my foundation and tried to draw water out manually. This also unsuccessful due to the fact that it
We just installed a Glacier Bay pressure assist toilet that we ordered from Home Depot. We are having the same problem as reported by others with pressure assist toilets. Shredded toilet paper backs up into the toilet after a flush. Any ideas????
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My plumber is adding a drain line for a kitchen and bath in my new carriage house and the plumber has drilled through numerous studs (about 5) on the exterior wall to run the drain line (from the kitchen to connect with the bathroom) through the wall. That drain line looks like nearly 3 inches round, going through 2x4 studs. Common sense tells me that when you cut a hole that large through such a small space (basically leaving approx. 1/2 inch for the actual support) they should be build a supporting