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  1. Over drilled (>60%) thru non-load bearing stud and need options to meet code

    I drilled a hole in a non-load bearing stud greater then 60% for a drain pipe. Are there metal braces that can be attached to the stud to add support and meet code? What are my options other then...
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    The water in the pit is ground water. I like the...

    The water in the pit is ground water. I like the idea of using the flexible rubber coupling with some stainless hose clamps. Once the p trap is installed is it okay for me just to back fill the drain...
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    It is PVC as I am actually a little outside of...

    It is PVC as I am actually a little outside of Chicago. Should I use a p or s trap for a bathtub? Worst case is it a good idea to use a compression PVC fitting to attach to existing PVC drain?
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    New basement bathtub question

    I am installing a bathtub in my basement that has rough-in plumbing. The rough-in bathtub floor drain stub out is about 1" under water in the drain box. What are my option for connecting the drain...
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