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    I'm not so sure about this..... It is done all...

    I'm not so sure about this..... It is done all over the place (and legal) in the Northeast. A rough calculation is that the flue is sized for the largest diameter gas fired flue + 50% of the second...
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    No - the deck mud in place of the sleepers and...

    No - the deck mud in place of the sleepers and plywood and then the SLC. 3/4" deck mud is no problem at all.
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    Glad to hear things worked out for you. An SLC...

    Glad to hear things worked out for you. An SLC compound to 2" would have been very expensive. I've ripped sleepers to do a similar job myself and the results were good. For the future and perhpas...
  4. Sure you can... Sounds like there is no standpipe...

    Sure you can... Sounds like there is no standpipe and that the hose from the washer is likely parallel to the basin. Your washer manual will indicate the maximum height of a an allowable standpipe. ...
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    Agree on prior suggestions to get a vent in there...

    Agree on prior suggestions to get a vent in there and use 2" where possible.

    Having said this, you will not always have a wet floor if using a 1.5" pipe. This is a common alarm spoken by many...
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    The size of the meter is the size of the pipe on...

    The size of the meter is the size of the pipe on the input side of the meter and therefore directly attributed to the volume of water that can pass to the irrigation zones. There are way too many...
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    The problem sounds more like your blades then...

    The problem sounds more like your blades then anything else.. From sharpness to pitch. There is a difference in blade design for mulching verus bagging. A good mulching blade (3/1) is a high-lift...
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    That's a cool idea. 99% of the time building the...

    That's a cool idea. 99% of the time building the temporary wall(s) takes longer then putting the header in.

    I would re-think the 2x12's and use a powerbeam or gluelam. They are so easy to work...
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    This is what I've used many times without...

    This is what I've used many times without problems. Brass on both sides. See the transition fittings at the bottom of the page.

    http://www.nibco.com/cms.do?d-1342853-p=3&pId=59&id=2
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    Thanks!

    Thanks Terry! I see from your picture I have the San-Tee where the two vents connected inverted. I fully understand what you are saying about the 2" pipe, but there is just no way of getting in...
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    Washer and Vent Question

    I need assistance on how to correctly vent a washer machine. I currently have the walls exposed on a home that I am remodeling and want to get opinions on how to proceed. The washer is a Spacemaker...
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    Great information - thanks to all!

    Great information - thanks to all!
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    Is this any better then soldering a copper female...

    Is this any better then soldering a copper female onto DWV and using a male PVC/ABS to connect to it?



    The real question still remains - are these transitions allowed to be in a wall that is...
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    HJ, Not sure I understand your response fully...

    HJ,

    Not sure I understand your response fully - I can make these connections without using a female PCV/CPVC. I do understand the code in regards to PVC and female connectors. I know for a fact...
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    Copper to PVC/CPVC Transition Question

    I see that this has been discussed alot in the past, but my question has to do with the accessability of these connections. When these transitions exist on both the water supply and drainage, do...
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    Thanks for everyones help so far! As far as...

    Thanks for everyones help so far!

    As far as piping is concerned, the plan was to use CPVC (CPS). So if I have this correct, I should run the cold as follows:
    'T' off from the supply and carry...
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    The only reason I was suggesting a 1/2" from the...

    The only reason I was suggesting a 1/2" from the hot water heater was because the Bosch Instant Hot Water heater has 1/2" inlet and outlet. My thinking was that it would be limited by this outlet. ...
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    Am I on the right track?

    Hi,

    I'm new to this site and have searched and read past articles on water pipe sizing - go easy on me. I'm in the process of performing extensive remodeling on a small 3 bedroom 1 bath single...
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