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    I see. Your insurance company might go after...

    I see.

    Your insurance company might go after him. :(
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    I'm sorry, but I'm not a professional plumber......

    I'm sorry, but I'm not a professional plumber...

    It sounds like you're going to have the burden of proving that it did have the ferrule on it...but I think that you know what. When a product is...
  3. Ok. Well, that's good to know. Three inch pipe it...

    Ok. Well, that's good to know. Three inch pipe it is. I can better get the required slope with a 3" pipe. I know that the internal 3" flange is a bad idea...



    I know, I know ... I'm not...
  4. I exchanged a couple of emails with John V. from...

    I exchanged a couple of emails with John V. from Bathroom Machineries (http://www.deabath.com) and asked about the 3" vs 4" issue. He responded as follows:



    I'm going to go to blue box store...
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    I think braided stainless steel washer hoses and...

    I think braided stainless steel washer hoses and other supply hoses used to be high quality. Now everyone and their dog sells one and I have to wonder, since China and the bean counters are involved,...
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    Believe it or not, Terry, here in Columbus (at...

    Believe it or not, Terry, here in Columbus (at least the older parts) the line outside is 6 inches. Typically for even an older small one bath home to have a 4" and then it transitions to 6" just...
  7. Thanks for the replies! If I install it on...

    Thanks for the replies!



    If I install it on a 14" rough, the tank is going to be sitting in the wall, not away from it, by 5/8". Seems more like it would be a 15" rough. If I can shorten up the...
  8. What size toilet flange and closet bend do I need?

    Hi All,

    I'm having trouble determing whether I need a 3" or a 4" closet bend and flange for this toilet. The low wall mount tank is marked KOHLER USA and both the tank and lid have Kohler part...
  9. That's a possibility, but I'm not sure you'll...

    That's a possibility, but I'm not sure you'll have enough room to make up those slight and funny angles. Worth a shot--might need to get it apart, clean it really good and measure for a donut before...
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    Just maybe ... note the smiley! :P

    Just maybe ... note the smiley! :P
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    Must need that extra room for the tank.

    Must need that extra room for the tank.
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    It's not so much the weight, but whether you have...

    It's not so much the weight, but whether you have deflection that will cause the floor to crack. Best place for tile related stuff is over at the http://www.johnbridge.com forums. They have a nice...
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    I would expect the 3/4" incoming to be a deal...

    I would expect the 3/4" incoming to be a deal killer. Essentially it uses the water supply system as the tank.

    Your sketch there will also need a vent too.

    What is the span of your joists (to...
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    I see no issue with it. What are you planning for...

    I see no issue with it. What are you planning for a floor?
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    Ok. That makes more sense. Convention is to list...

    Ok. That makes more sense. Convention is to list the width first, and the height second (2.5x7.75), unlike your original post.

    If I were you, I'd really hate to bump the floor up the required 3.5"...
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    Either will work, but I'm a fan of having the...

    Either will work, but I'm a fan of having the fewest possible roof penetrations (especially when one isn't reroofing soon or at the same time). Tying into cast stack in the roof might mean having to...
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    Am I understanding you that they're laid flat...

    Am I understanding you that they're laid flat 7-1/4" wide by 2-1/2" high? If that's the case, you cannot even get the pipe in the floor. You'll have to raise the floor.

    If I'm misunderstanding,...
  18. Really??? I would suggest cutting back the...

    Really???

    I would suggest cutting back the cast iron well to the left of the picture and replacing with PVC. I'd think that a banded flexible coupling (on the cast to PVC) would allow for a little...
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    If one were to use a 4" coming off the WC, might...

    If one were to use a 4" coming off the WC, might that allow for less slope and therefore give you more flexibility in placement of the closet bend?
  20. Same question for me! I may be coming up short on...

    Same question for me! I may be coming up short on vertical clearance and I'm looking for the shallowest fitting possible...
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    New install -- copper closet bend

    Hi All,

    I will be installing a new toilet. I need to cross a 2x10 joist with the toilet drain. Max hole size, per code in a 2x10 would be 3-1/16 inches. I'm planning to double up the joist, but...
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    Probably on borrowed time ... If you are...

    Probably on borrowed time ... If you are responsible for that line, see if your area has anyone supplying a waterline warrany. Then, just pray for it to break and they'll find the shutoff (or install...
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    Thanks for the link. I wasn't aware that there...

    Thanks for the link. I wasn't aware that there was such a guide.
  24. My thoughts exactly. I would still beef up the...

    My thoughts exactly. I would still beef up the joist, but it's going to be tough to glue and screw a 2x2. I'd glue and screw some 3/4 plywood to both sides of the joists and then bore as small a hole...
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    Cut the line and uncouple the union. Depending on...

    Cut the line and uncouple the union. Depending on what type of union it is, you may need to reuse the old "half-of it." There is no guarantee that a new store bought union will mate up to an old...
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