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    Thanks! No freezing risk, managed to squeeze...

    Thanks!

    No freezing risk, managed to squeeze 'em in the first part of an interior wall. Squeeze being the operative word, hence my question!
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    Actually have the same question as the OP. ...

    Actually have the same question as the OP.

    Have to run cold water supply across 2" vent pipe, there is room (just barely). I found something that suggested using 45's to wrap the copper supply...
  3. Fantastic, thanks. Now just have to get over the...

    Fantastic, thanks. Now just have to get over the flu so the job can get done!
  4. Figured out how to go straight up thru roof and...

    Figured out how to go straight up thru roof and also avoid sheetrock finishing :), so dropped the idea of AAV.

    1) Does the following still look OK?
    2) Can I switch to 1.5" after sani-tee to sink,...
  5. This house is on an old septic system too,...

    This house is on an old septic system too, Oatey's warning is "The use of an AAV with septic systems requires no special considerations other then that the “primary vent” to open air MUST be located...
  6. Thanks for replies. I should have mentioned I'm...

    Thanks for replies. I should have mentioned I'm in WA State, I read some King County code that said an AAV is OK.

    So Terry, I believe you are saying the new grey connection with AAV is OK as...
  7. AAV On Sink /Wet Vent for Toilet? With Diagram

    Wow, been a while since I've been on this awesome forum. Decided to add a small bar sink in a "butler's pantry" we're working on, stealing the cold water from a powder room toilet that is just on the...
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    Thank you very much! :) Work is beginning today.

    Thank you very much! :) Work is beginning today.
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    Thanks for the continued info. Since I can only...

    Thanks for the continued info. Since I can only run a max of 2 functions at one time (diverter's limit), they will be limited to 5 gpm total for the hand shower & ceiling rainhead together, and 4.5...
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    D) - the diverter - will operate 3 "functions" -...

    D) - the diverter - will operate 3 "functions" - a handshower, showerhead, & 2 body sprays. It can do each function separately, or any 2 at one time.

    The 3 valves (B,C, D) will be vertically on...
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    Well that's what we were all thinking, but per...

    Well that's what we were all thinking, but per Grohe's shower design manual:

    "It is not necessary to have a 3/4" supply line to use a 3/4" valve.
    A 1/2" supply line plumbed into a 3/4" valve will...
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    Supply to 3/4" valve?

    Well now I'm tackling my other unfinished bathroom. It has the usual 1/2" supply lines roughed in to the shower area. I bought 3/4" valves which will go to 1/2" showerheads.

    My question is: do I...
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    Wanted to post the end of my "saga". The...

    Wanted to post the end of my "saga". The replacement Porcher toilet bowl I miraculously found in Utah finally did the trick. Used a Fernco seal on it too for good measure.

    Therfore, my...
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    I owned a pressure-assist toilet for several...

    I owned a pressure-assist toilet for several years (Eljer brand) purchased at a big box store - just hauled it to the dump this weekend. It was noisy as stated previously - something to get used to,...
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    Ha! Trust me, would love to have anything except...

    Ha! Trust me, would love to have anything except this Porcher toilet for functionality, but this is a fancy bathroom with tumbled marble on the walls, wall-mount faucet mounted thru an antique...
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    Well I think you are on the money, as the darn...

    Well I think you are on the money, as the darn thing has seeped a bit of water again :(
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    Update: Finally got the Fernco no-wax seal ystdy...

    Update: Finally got the Fernco no-wax seal ystdy - (ended up ordering it from amazon.com.) Easily installed it about 5pm, and no leaks so far this morning :) I will say this product forces you to...
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    No, the water level does not go down noticeably...

    No, the water level does not go down noticeably in the bowl. But the amount of water seeping out from under the toilet is pretty small - stays right around the perimeter of the pedestal where it...
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    Thanks for your reply. It is a 2-piece toilet,...

    Thanks for your reply. It is a 2-piece toilet, but I am pretty sure it is only seeping from out under the bottom of the toilet - however we will certainly double-check on the next attempt!

    I was...
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    New Toilet Keeps Leaking From Bottom

    I bought a Porcher Bedminster toilet about 5 yrs ago, which we finally installed a couple of weeks ago - (bathroom that was never finished as part of a remodel).

    After a few hours, we noticed...
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