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    I'm assuming since it comes off the main line at...

    I'm assuming since it comes off the main line at a 45-degree angle that it is a Y and not a santee...

    Jay
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    so try to visualize this... You can see an...

    so try to visualize this...

    You can see an above layout from my other post to show you where the cleanout is in relation to the walls...

    The pic in this post is facing south... from the...
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    Can I use a cleanout for a toilet?

    I would like to add a half bath to my soon-to-be finished basement. The main line runs about 18" under the slab with a cleanout coming up at about a 45-degree angle about 20" from the wall. (see...
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    Updated: Can I do this?

    venting outside to the roof is not really an option... This will be the basement of a 2 1/2 storey house built in 1911 with a finished loft in the attic... Do you have any other recomendations for...
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    Can I do this?

    This is how I'd like to layout my bathroom in my soon to be finished basement...

    Black is what I have now with grey showing the sewer line under the slab...

    Red is what I'd like to do...

    Any...
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    Basement Bathroom from Scratch

    Perhaps you've all read my previous thread about perhaps craming a bathroom under the stairs... after some measuring, it's just not going to fit...

    So I figure I can put it at the bottom of the...
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    I'm just going to put the bathroom at the bottom...

    I'm just going to put the bathroom at the bottom of the stairs and hide the cleanout under the vanity... (Unless that's a no no)

    Jay
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    This is what I figure I'd do... where would the...

    This is what I figure I'd do... where would the toilet vent come off? (Instead if a cap on the Y, could I use a 3" to 1-1/2" threaded reducer and go straight ahead towards the sink under the slap...
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    Called a plumber... Air Admittance Valves are...

    Called a plumber... Air Admittance Valves are code here with two flavors... $8 if I'm doing it myself or $30 for some fancy one if the inspector is paying a visit...

    I can save a little space...
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    There was a laundry sink originally attached to...

    There was a laundry sink originally attached to the 2" capped tee near the floor that I mentioned before.... I pulled that sink out myself and it was never vented...

    Anyway... I think I have...
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    Basement Rough-In Advise

    I have an 1911 2-1/2 storey with an unfinished basement that my wife and I are in the process of maping a layout for finishing this winter.

    We'd like to build a small half bath under the stairs...
  12. About three feet of headroom... The hole is in...

    About three feet of headroom... The hole is in the foundation hense my concerns for structure and my desire to close the hole back in...

    Plumbin is along the bottom of the main floor so I could...
  13. Plumbing exposed to extreme outdoor temps

    Here's the skinny....

    The previous owners have given us a hell of a project to fix....

    We have a 2 1/2 storey 1455 sq.ft. home built in 1911 that is your typical tall, narrow and long...
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