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    Let me look into that...but the main problem is...

    Let me look into that...but the main problem is the toilet is on the far side of the bathroom from where the drain line is.

    ...but even if i do, isn't the shower still downstream, and problem...
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    2009 IPC here. So it may be allowed?

    2009 IPC here. So it may be allowed?
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    Does this wet vent meet code?

    Well, i'm just about finished with my main bathroom (other thread), now it's about time to tackle the basement bathroom. I found this picture on this site:
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    Tips/tricks for vents in attic?

    Never had to combine vents in attic before. Always went straight out roof with one stack. Now i have 3 vents going up 3 walls i need to combine in attic. Any tricks to this? Is it as straight...
  5. Two stub outs in wall. One lines up, that one...

    Two stub outs in wall.

    One lines up, that one is done, the other doesn't. What would you do?

    What is this "offset"? Picture available?
  6. Ok, let's try this again. Normally your stub...

    Ok, let's try this again.

    Normally your stub out is directly behind the sink drain.

    Mine is offset 4" to the left.

    Any normal P-trap only allows for 3" of offset.

    What do?
  7. P trap problem, change from single to double bowl

    The problem is this: when you go from a single to a double bowl, neither of the two drains end up directly in front of the hole in the wall. The "U" of the ptrap isn't long enough to make it so the...
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    I can't find "no stain" around here, the box...

    I can't find "no stain" around here, the box stores only have regular old oateys plumbers putty. There also is no plumbers supply shop around here. I guess i'll have to keep looking.
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    Plumbers putty for tub drain, or...?

    I have a sterling vikrell bathtub that i need to put a pvc drain on. On this forum i saw a discussion of plumbers putty vs. silicone, and it seemed plumbers putty won. However, in the blue and...
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    At what point do you transition to 2 inch for the...

    At what point do you transition to 2 inch for the tub drain? All of the drains in the store are 1.5".
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    Is this bath plan up to code?

    I sketched out what i think i can get to fit under my main bath, so i can still finish the room below it with a minor amount of soffits, etc. I am especially concerned about the area in the red...
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    Gave up bought shielded 4" clay to 3" plastic. ...

    Gave up bought shielded 4" clay to 3" plastic. No lip will be present.
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    Od of clay pipe is 5". Id of shielded fernco is...

    Od of clay pipe is 5". Id of shielded fernco is 5 3/8". Id of unshielded fernco is 5 1/8". Which do I get?
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    I found one of those at the local store - 4" pvc...

    I found one of those at the local store - 4" pvc to 4" clay. Here's my question - the ID of the new PVC is 4". The ID of the old clay pipe is 3.75" or so. That means there's going to be a lip from...
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    How to attach to this clay pipe?

    Had a clay elbow break just as the stack was entering the floor.

    I sawed up my floor, took elbow out. Went to use a rubber donut and 3" pvc - damn hub broke on next piece.

    Got out hammer,...
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    I don't think i'll get closer or deep enough to...

    I don't think i'll get closer or deep enough to have to worry about the footings.

    Bought all the PVC parts today, have to hope they'll line up in the trench where i need them to go...the shower...
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    So more like this? ...

    So more like this?

    http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c340/farfromltd/take2.jpg
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    This damn main drain line running right under...

    This damn main drain line running right under where the shower is supposed to go is making my life hell...any suggestions?
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    If i can get this to work, is it acceptable? ...

    If i can get this to work, is it acceptable?

    http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c340/farfromltd/proposed-1.jpg
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    Well, i already replumbed the kitchen, half bath,...

    Well, i already replumbed the kitchen, half bath, laundry room, and was working on the other full bath, all based on advice from here, when this problem popped up....i didn't mean for the elbow to...
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    My problem is that the main line actually will...

    My problem is that the main line actually will run under the shower...so its kind of hard to jam all that in there...if the ptrap heads towards the top wall, it would cross through the new main...
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    Actually the room right above this area is also...

    Actually the room right above this area is also demolished right now, so i can easily run a vent up that "top" wall (in the picture), up the wall in the room above (nothing at all in that wall aside...
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    How would you plumb this basement bath?

    I'm going to put in rough plumbing for a bathroom in the basement while i have the floor torn up. I drew up a diagram, i wonder how exactly you'd plumb this...the whole width of the bath is maybe...
  24. Well, rented saw, cut trench...trench not big...

    Well, rented saw, cut trench...trench not big enough...but big enough to see problem...

    ...the elbow is broken, it was clay (or whatever you call it) cemented together, but cemented poorly - all...
  25. I have no appreciable "water damage" because the...

    I have no appreciable "water damage" because the elbow broke under the basement floor...i didn't even know it was leaking until i took out the stack. What are they going to do? Its dry under the...
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