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    Our handyman suggested we raise the floor about...

    Our handyman suggested we raise the floor about 6" where the new tub and shower will be so that the vertical drain pipe and be accessed to drain/vent the new tub - it works! My question is whether a...
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    Thank you so much for your help - I'm sorry I...

    Thank you so much for your help - I'm sorry I can't seem to explain the problem - there is no free pipe length on the vertical part of the drain/vent (which is in the wall space) that lies at the...
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    Ideally I could run a 2" for the distance of five...

    Ideally I could run a 2" for the distance of five feet to the existing drain and vent, but I can't access more area of the main drain/vent for connection because I would have to access it at a point...
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    Thanks for your input. Our code (CA) is the same...

    Thanks for your input. Our code (CA) is the same as yours re: p-trap to vent distance. Would a 3" p-trap and drain be out of the question? I wish there were some way for me to better describe the...
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    new tub p-trap, drain, vent size

    Hi - this is my first posting. We are installing a bathtub in our remodeled bathroom that previously had no tub, just a shower stall. We are keeping a separate walk-in shower and adding the bathtub...
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