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    Thanks, I understand the slope. The issue is,...

    Thanks, I understand the slope. The issue is, that normally the vent would go straight up off the drain pipe (either straight to the roof or take a 90 degree turn over to a vent stack that does go to...
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    Shower drain re-venting question

    I recently relocated a shower in my master bath and now I need to tie the 2" drain into the 1 1/2" vent again. The vent stack is only 3 feet away but I can't go up above the subfloor anymore). So I...
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