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    Again this was done in haste as I had sewage...

    Again this was done in haste as I had sewage backing up into my sink and washer. We have been using both the washer and the sink without problem until now when I have some time to tackle this. The...
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    Well I had to do something because I cant have...

    Well I had to do something because I cant have crap backing back up into our laundry. I know this is not right, I struggled with this due in part with the limited space. That's why I am asking for...
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    Thank you HJ, you are right the washer trap is...

    Thank you HJ, you are right the washer trap is not vented, I will add that now, do you see any other issues? I have not run the vent for the sewage pump yet either.

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    Sorry I need some clarification on this as I have...

    Sorry I need some clarification on this as I have had two plumbers tell me conflicting information. At first I was made to believe that as long as all fixtures were vented properly than I could join...
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    No comments huh? I am now running the 3" vent...

    No comments huh? I am now running the 3" vent directely from the main drain line up through the roof. Is there any problem with putting a few bends in it as long as it stays at least at a 45 degree...
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    How does this look

    Hi can I get some comments on this plumbing. I did this so I could have a back flow preventer on my laundry sink and wash machine. The 2" pvc coming from the left is from my washer trap. and the...
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    Venting

    Hi, I am completely remodeling our first floor bathroom. I have a question about venting it. Our main drain pipe leaving the house is 3". I would like to have the main vent stack to be 2" so that...
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    Awesome. Thank you HJ. So the 10' dimension to...

    Awesome. Thank you HJ.
    So the 10' dimension to the vent... I can run a 4" drain from toilet and it will meet up with the main drain at exactly 9' away. My main drain however is 3" abs, can I use...
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    I will have to measure it out to see if I have...

    I will have to measure it out to see if I have room for the 45 degree angle up to get to the wall.

    If I do use 4" pvc for the drain, would that mean I would be good both IPC and UPC? I read that...
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    If the toilet drain is 4" do I need a vent at all...

    If the toilet drain is 4" do I need a vent at all since It will run into the main vent within 10'?
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    Using a reducing Y to vent a toilet

    Hi, This is my first post here and I would like to say thank you for all the contributors because I have read and learned so much on this forum.
    I am planning a bathroom renovation and the...
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