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    Haven't seen anything on this in a few days....

    Haven't seen anything on this in a few days. Reached out to other sources on the web and another plumber and made a few changes. Split the floors on the high usage side of the house into 3 differnt...
  2. Our pump had a set of fuses that blew once when...

    Our pump had a set of fuses that blew once when the power went out and came back. Could be something like that?
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    Where on Uponor's site would I look that up? I...

    Where on Uponor's site would I look that up? I typed it in their search and no results were returned. In some of their resources they mention Uponor logic plumbing but they don't go into details...
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    Would running separate 3/4" lines to each fixture...

    Would running separate 3/4" lines to each fixture group or floor help with balancing the pressure? Isn't one of the advantages of the manifolds supposed to be balanced pressure that is unaffected by...
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    How can I obtain the flow capacity? The well was...

    How can I obtain the flow capacity? The well was put in about 8 years before we bought the property and we didn't receive any depth or flow information when the home changed hands. I believe the...
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    Supply line sizing

    Doing a complete replumb of a house built in the 1840s or so. The water to the house is a well with 1" supply to a pressure tank. We installed pre-filters and water softner, and plan to install a...
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    So... I really don't have anything even close to...

    So... I really don't have anything even close to proper venting. The only thing in my original drawing that is vented is the tub and toilet on the right of the 2nd floor and the lav on the 3rd...
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    hj, I plan to make it is as 'right' as the...

    hj, I plan to make it is as 'right' as the inspector requires. I'm working under the assumption that what is in the drawing is pretty much what is there. I've got 3 vent pipes in the attic with...
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    Terry, Your drawing is what I understand to be...

    Terry,
    Your drawing is what I understand to be 'normal' non-wet venting, is that right? What would be the difference for it to be a wet vent?
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    Re-plumbing a 170 year old house...

    We recently bought a home in Charles Town, WV. I'm working on redoing the plumbing currently as the supply lines are all galvanized, closed shut and/or leaking. While the plaster walls/ceilings are...
  11. Thread: Remodeling Help

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    Some pics of actual work

    What we've got in so far:

    Tub traps and washer traps are a little convoluted but I think it is OK.
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    How about a 45 up to the vertical? The Diverter...

    How about a 45 up to the vertical? The Diverter and spout are going to be in the way if I go vertical for that far. Moved some stuff around on new pics.
  13. Thread: Remodeling Help

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    Modified drawings based on suggestions

    1st drawing is a blown up view of the 1st floor (reverse angle then before so that trap can be seen)

    2nd drawing is the same angle as the first picture that I posted. Shows a vent from the toilet...
  14. Thread: Remodeling Help

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    S-trap

    How would I get rid of the S? I have to use an above floor drain hence the reason for what I have. I see that the vent has to be 2 pipe diameters from the trap to not be crown venting but I dont'...
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    Software question....

    forgot to answer what the software is...

    Charlotte Pipe has 3D versions of all of their fittings that you can export to different CAD programs (i.e. AutoCAD). I just used this and exported to...
  16. Thread: Remodeling Help

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    Questions for answers...

    So from the previous post:

    a) What size does this vent need to be if the trap and standpipe are to be 2"?
    b) Same as A but the trap is under grade level (not sure if this makes a difference)
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  17. Thread: Remodeling Help

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    Wrong code stated before

    The code is actually National Standard Plumbing Code (NSPC). Not sure how much this changes things. What input do you have based on UPC? Talked to a local plumber and he mentioned that we can't...
  18. Thread: Remodeling Help

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    Picture

    Was able to convert to a Jpg so the file would be an ok size. Hopefully comes out clear for all. :)
  19. Thread: Remodeling Help

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    Remodeling Help

    Looking for some guidance. Some friends and myself have purchased a home that we have gutted and remodeled. The original house had only one bath on the first floor. We have added two baths on the...
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