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    You can in Ontario, providing there is no more...

    You can in Ontario, providing there is no more than 4 Fixture Units per floor drained to the wet vent.
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    Depending on what the vent on the left hand side...

    Depending on what the vent on the left hand side is venting, then you could possibly cut into it and tee off for your second sink making it a wet vent. Bare in mind that a 1.5" went vent can only...
  3. This is comical. A sewage ejector should only be...

    This is comical. A sewage ejector should only be used if the fixtures required are too low to be drained into the building drain. You would think that even an idiot would think to put a sealed lid on...
  4. In the UK, we measure our pipe in (mm). The...

    In the UK, we measure our pipe in (mm). The equivilent of 1/2" is 15mm, and the equivilent of 3/4" is 22mm. You probably need a 15mm to 1/2" adaptor. There is a chance that they could have sent you...
  5. Personally, I would cut out and remove the drain...

    Personally, I would cut out and remove the drain coming from the sump. Re-route the sump drain so that it ejects onto your lawn. Keep the connection there for the trap which serves the condensing...
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    Trap is probably below the floor. Very unlikely...

    Trap is probably below the floor. Very unlikely that there is no trap whatsoever, especially in a Condominium. You would notice a smell if there was no trap on the drain.
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    Your best option will probably be to remove the...

    Your best option will probably be to remove the existing tailpiece, and add a dishwasher tailpiece similar to this one.
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    I would rough in a kitchen with disposal at...

    I would rough in a kitchen with disposal at around 15 inches.
    Vanity at around 18 inches.
    Usually have washing machine box at around 42 inches as the standpipe is required to be at least 2 feet,...
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    Haha. Been in a similar situation. Apartment...

    Haha. Been in a similar situation. Apartment owner tried changing his shower cartridge in a condominium without shutting off the water. The guy is fighting against pumped hot water trying to force...
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    Just make sure you turn the water off! Heard of...

    Just make sure you turn the water off! Heard of so many first timers trying to change a shower cartridge without realizing that the water supply needs to be isolated.
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    Wow, I didn't know that. Looks like this guy...

    Wow, I didn't know that. Looks like this guy better start cutting into his stack then ...
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    Your absolute easiest option here without...

    Your absolute easiest option here without re-configuring the drain layout, would be to use the current washing machine drain for your new laundry tub and gang trap the washing machine with the...
  13. Silicone or no silicone around toilet bowls?

    I am a firm believer in not putting silicone around the bowl of regular toilets, so that if the gasket ever goes, then you will see it right away. I know a lot of people put silicone around the base...
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    I would cut into the 3/4" copper pipe and add a...

    I would cut into the 3/4" copper pipe and add a 'tee' and a hose bib. Open to hose bib to see if it is in fact a hot water line. If it is, then isolate the cold water supply to the HW tank and open...
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    Yes, you can install a dishwasher 'wye' on...

    Yes, you can install a dishwasher 'wye' on horizontal pipe, but that is not a dishwasher 'wye'. That is a dishwasher tailpiece that is made to attach to the basket strainer of the sink vertically....
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    Okay, so I repaired 2 of the valves with the...

    Okay, so I repaired 2 of the valves with the Delta repair kit. One of them, which was continuously running, is still having the same problem. I replaced the handle cartridge, diaphragm, springs and...
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    Okay, so I repaired 2 of the valves with the...

    Okay, so I repaired 2 of the valves with the Delta repair kit. One of them, which was continuously running, is still having the same problem. I replaced the handle cartridge, diaphragm, springs and...
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    Don't know about in the states, but the Canadian...

    Don't know about in the states, but the Canadian code states that any drain or condensate line from a furnace shall be indirectly connected to the drain.
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    Thanks a lot.

    Thanks a lot.
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    Oh yes I see it now. Looking at my Canadian Code,...

    Oh yes I see it now. Looking at my Canadian Code, 1/2" would be sufficient for up to 58KBTU/h so you should be okay with that.

    The generator doesn't necessarily have to be considered when sizing...
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    The way I was taught to size natural gas lines,...

    The way I was taught to size natural gas lines, you would need to know the BTU/h of the appliance.
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    Delta Teck Flushometers

    Hey guys, I'm hoping some of you more experienced guys could help me with an issue I'm having with a Delta Teck Flushometer. The majority if the work I do is rough-ins and new installation. Servicing...
  23. The valve stops water going to the shower head...

    The valve stops water going to the shower head via a combination of two things. If you look at the actual shower valve, you will see that the opening for the bath spout is usually bigger that the...
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    If the drain valve was leaking, and not the T&P...

    If the drain valve was leaking, and not the T&P relief valve then would this not be an issue with the actual drain valve. If the expansion tank was water logged and there was no room for expansion,...
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    1.5" Is acceptable in Ontario for a WM. If your...

    1.5" Is acceptable in Ontario for a WM. If your laundry tub and washing machine are close together, then it would be easiest for you if you run just one 1.5" drain from the main stack to the laundry...
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