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    Copper + compression fitting question

    I have put in copper in my bathroom renovation--1st time sweating joints. I have a stub-out coming out of the floor near the base of the toilet (Soiree), since the wall behind the toilet is where a...
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    Thanks

    Hi folks,

    Just wanted to thank you for a great forum and resource.

    I just started a bath/kitchen expansion and remodel. Yesterday I had the inspector out for the underfloor framing and...
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    Toilet vent question

    Looks like the only way I can vent my toilet is through the short wall I will build beside the toilet to close it off a bit from the vanities. (The wall behind it will be a pocket door and the wall...
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    Jim, Thanks. In San Jose, CA. Cal Building...

    Jim,

    Thanks. In San Jose, CA. Cal Building Code based on UPC.

    Not sure of fixture units and chart--gotta go look.

    And the second question?

    John
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    A couple of DWV questions

    Question fundamentally has to do with combining separate vent lines in the attic and through the roof.

    Situation: Doing a remodel, Old bathroom had a toilet and shower sharing a 2" vent through...
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    Toto Soiree Install

    Hi,

    I'm starting a remodel of my bathroom and moving toilet location. So--new subfloor, new tile, new DWV, etc. I plan on purchasing the skirted Soiree.

    Since this is a skirted model, what is...
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    Barry, I recently dealt with that in my home. ...

    Barry,

    I recently dealt with that in my home. The popcorn, when it gets, gets loose and can come down. If you don't want it, just spray with water and get a scraper. It will be messy. In that...
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    A couple of DWV questions

    About to start on a bathroom remodel and not lots of plumbing experience.

    1. A 1 1/2 " drain from single vanity sink will connect on the horizontal with a 2" drain line from the shower. Each...
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    waste size question

    Bath remodel about to be in progress.

    I need to connect a waste vent from a sink ( 1 1/2") to the shower drain line (2"). Both lines will be vented prior to their connection. Under the UPC (San...
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