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    I stand corrected. As nukeman describes if you...

    I stand corrected. As nukeman describes if you can connect the shower to the lav drain (within 5 feet) that would wet vent the shower using the lav. Might be able to do that in the small footprint...
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    Not a pro but this might help. Depending on your...

    Not a pro but this might help. Depending on your code but it should be easy on such a small bath. Run the 3" pipe to your toilet from the main using a y connector (assuming horizontal branch). ...
  3. To lower the horizontal waste line from the sink...

    To lower the horizontal waste line from the sink to connect it to the stack do I use a pair of 90s and sani-T or can I use a 45 to a wye? It needs to connect beneath the (3x3x3x2) hub for the WC and...
  4. Thank you! I'll start tomorrow---and stick...

    Thank you!

    I'll start tomorrow---and stick with the plan.
  5. Great. So just to finish up...the first floor...

    Great. So just to finish up...the first floor "powder room" venting looks ok? As long as I wet vent the WC with the sink 2" it is ok, correct?

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  6. I will use the side inlet tee as that is a very...

    I will use the side inlet tee as that is a very short run for the shower and simple. Is there an argument for running the sink waste to a sani-T vs the wye connection after the WC? Maybe as a...
  7. Thanks! I see you kept the 2" vent on the WC on...

    Thanks! I see you kept the 2" vent on the WC on the second floor (hj indicated it was uneccessary but both of you do not always agree). I can easily keep it. Does the first floor require adding...
  8. Thanks for pointing out the increase to 2" vent...

    Thanks for pointing out the increase to 2" vent from the lav for the wet vent. As indicated by hj I would simplify the design and remove the 2" for the toilet and the "cosmetic" vent on the...
  9. Project photos for reference

    The projects are in the garage and the bonus room above the garage utilizing a dormer area for a shower. The proposed 3" stack location is firm. The space above the stack in the kneewall is 50 inches...
  10. Shower connection options?

    Options:
    1.Use a combo sani-T hub 3x3x3x2 (would simplify things). Stack acts as vent for the shower.
    2.Use a vented branch to a 3x3x2 sani-t. Venting required for the drop to get below the wc...
  11. Are you meaning that if the shower's Y is on the...

    Are you meaning that if the shower's Y is on the horizontal between the WC and the vent it would need its own vent?

    What I meant was I would go directly to the stack with its own sani-T rather...
  12. Using hub t 3x3x3x2 with newer toilets a problem?

    Is it acceptable to use a 3X3X3X2 HUB TEE to connect a toilet and shower to a vertical stack? Or do the new toilets flow too agressively for them and possibly send waste into shower? 18485
  13. I understand this is not a tutorial site. Too...

    I understand this is not a tutorial site. Too much time last night I guess. I was searching the forum for examples and found someone else's example that was "approved" and modified it by removing...
  14. New questions and new drawing

    Going back to the original drawing to work things out. Thank you hj for steering me away from the albatross.
  15. Wondering if adding a vent for the WC before the...

    Wondering if adding a vent for the WC before the wye that connects the lav is a good option?
  16. Venting the shower upstairs

    See my options for venting the shower a couple posts below.
  17. First floor wet venting

    First floor wet venting of WC using sink (2") so that the venting is before the y. Vent connects above flood level on second floor. Correct?

    Does it need a vent where it finally turns vertical to...
  18. Plumbing two new bathrooms one above the other and then to main stack?

    I am adding a half bath on the first floor and a 3/4 bath on the second. They are stacked above and below each other. It will be all new plumbing on the left side branch of my drawing. Do you see...
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