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    Hello - Update on my project... There is only...

    Hello - Update on my project...
    There is only onel knockout on the end of the tank. A septic installer came by yesterday, he says it's not too hard to get the old pipe out and grout a new one in,...
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    I didn't mention that the pipe does come into the...

    I didn't mention that the pipe does come into the inlet tee inside the tank, the tee is concrete. I think I'd have to have the tank pumped to replace the tee if I happened to break it chiseling out...
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    problem tying into drain at septic tank

    Hello - I want to tie the soil pipe from our new house into the existing septic tank on the property. The problem is that the existing PVC pipe at the septic tank is badly out-of-round, it's...
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    Thanks HJ.

    Thanks HJ.
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    Thanks for your reply. The end of the run is 22...

    Thanks for your reply. The end of the run is 22 feet from the crawl access. The way I read it my options are to either extend the pipe outside or up to floor level. Running it outside would be a...
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    To be code compliant, can a horizontal drain from...

    To be code compliant, can a horizontal drain from a sink (not soil pipe) slope more than 1/4"/ft?
    Thanks
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    drain slope question - UPC

    Hello - I'm a little confused about the 1/8-1/4" per foot slope rule for waste pipes. My understanding is that the UPC rule for waste pipes carrying solids is generally 1/4"/ft minimum (or...
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    Do I need to extend cleanout above floor?

    Hi - We're building our own house and I'm doing the plumbing, UPC is the code here. The drain line (3") runs 22 feet in a straight line from the end to where it exits the foundation. According to...
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