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    This is the original air duct (similar from...

    This is the original air duct (similar from another room)

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    Any ideas guys?
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    Connecting air duct to air register

    Good evening all -

    Sorry for the rookie question, but I've come across an issue with my air duct to air register which I was hoping the pros on the site could please answer. More than likely a...
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    That is a very good question because I also don't...

    That is a very good question because I also don't know how it's connected b/c they are on opposite sides of the room, but I'll have a look at the shower side when I get home. Fortunately, I have...
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    Hi HJ - if I said gas water heater, I apologize. ...

    Hi HJ - if I said gas water heater, I apologize. Should've read "gas heater" which is the little firebox to the far left in the last photo. I'm going to cap it off up in the attic b/c I'll use that...
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    Hi Cacher, you are correct. This might be a...

    Hi Cacher, you are correct. This might be a better view to give you guys perspective. The stack goes directly up from behind the toilet and the galvanized pipe tee's into the sink. The toilet will...
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    Trust me, I'm open to suggestions WJ b/c aside of...

    Trust me, I'm open to suggestions WJ b/c aside of changing out toilets, fixtures and the occasional copper water lines, I'm quite a novice when it comes to cast iron removal etc. I have pretty much...
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    Hi WJ - so if I'm within the 6' bubble, I should...

    Hi WJ - so if I'm within the 6' bubble, I should be alright then correct? There are no obstructions (thankfully) that I have to worry about as the space I'm looking at relocating the toilet to is...
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    Yep, no loops would be necessary because it's a...

    Yep, no loops would be necessary because it's a straight (and flat) run. At the very least, couldn't I drop the receiving drain to compensate for the 1/4" downward slope or is that out of the...
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    Hi Jad - will this suffice do you think?...

    Hi Jad - will this suffice do you think? Obviously artwork is not my calling :D My photos from the initial post probably make a bit more sense now.
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    Your ideas would be appreciated! Thanks!
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    Hi Jad - thanks for the reply. I hear you...

    Hi Jad - thanks for the reply.

    I hear you about CI being dangerous. I've read a few of your other posts actually regarding U-bolting it for added support. I certainly don't want that falling on...
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    Dreaded cast iron retrofit or removal?

    Happy Super Bowl Sunday to everyone and thanks for allowing me to be part of your forum.

    I have an older 1950's home where the vent and drain lines were made of cast iron. I'm looking to relocate...
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