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    Thanks for the replies. Realized I'd never...

    Thanks for the replies.

    Realized I'd never posted to say I hired a plumber to handle the mess under the kitchen sink. He installed the disposer and high-looped the dishwasher drain tube before...
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    How to replumb this for disposer?

    Just bought this house and want to add a disposer under the double kitchen sink. The "flipper" we're buying from moved the sink from across the kitchen and the new one isn't tied into the vent stack....
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    Greenboard on backside

    Jim-
    The greenboard is only on the backside of that wall (it's a privacy wall behind which is the toilet). So the shower wall with all the plumbing inside -- from outside going in -- is sealed tile/...
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    Shower diverter goes halfway?

    Grateful for all the help on earlier dilemmas I posted. I'm nearing the end of what wasn't supposed to be a leisurely project but turned into one... Another question though:

    I put the tub/shower...
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    rambit

    So would the rambit work if I cut the metal flange off the top? Then what I'd have is a short 3" piece of ABS (the bottom 3/4" or so of the flange) inside the larger 4" ABS drain.
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    No plan to have a stepdown from the toilet area....

    No plan to have a stepdown from the toilet area. I'm at the slab level now and want to have the new floor all at the same height. The stepdown would save me having to dig into the concrete though......
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    The drain goes down more than a foot before the...

    The drain goes down more than a foot before the bend, so the rambit might be just the ticket! If the drain is 4", I'd get the PF-27 listed below, correct?
    I don't have the steadiest hands (several...
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    Oh, well... that's what I was afraid of... Here...

    Oh, well... that's what I was afraid of...
    Here are a couple pictures I remembered I had that I guess will only reinforce the need to have the slab busted out. The first shows the flange in relation...
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    Shower Pressure/ Diverter problem?

    I'm new here...lucky for me, I found the forum just as I'm starting a bathroom renovation. I see several threads dealing with toilet falnge questions, but can't find the answer to my particular...
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