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  1. Well, any cross over is going to take the same...

    Well, any cross over is going to take the same number of elbows, so I assume will dimish the flow to the far bedroom. They will also still be in my way. I've been staring the the basement ceiling...
  2. Can forced air supply duct be run through panned returns?

    I am trying to clean up a low hanging heat duct running through my shop and increase the air flow to a distant cold bedroom. One duct in particular taps off the supply trunk line and runs several...
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    Framing Around Black Gas Pipe

    I have a section of black gas pipe running under my floor joists in the basement that I would like to frame around and drywall over. I want to keep this as low profile as possible, as it runs in...
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    Drain for Bypass Humidifier

    I am getting ready to replace my whole house humidifier and would like to go with a bypass unit. Problem is, I have no floor drain.

    Is it OK to run the drain into the A/C condensate pump? My...
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    Is Cellular PVC OK in 4" Stack

    I am replacing a short section of 4" stack with a new tee followed by a new wye (for use as a cleanout). The tee will mate with the existing cast iron at the floor using a compression donut. ...
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    OK, I will not dry fit. At this point I feel...

    OK, I will not dry fit. At this point I feel comfortable enough with the approach to glue up the connections.

    The coupler I purchased is indeed a banded type.
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    Yea, that's why I want to cap off the existing...

    Yea, that's why I want to cap off the existing drain. When I get everything dry fit, I'll snap a picture and pass it by everyone.

    Thanks for your help!
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    Yes, I plan to run about 15' with the 2" drain...

    Yes, I plan to run about 15' with the 2" drain and add a vent, p-trap, and 30" standpipe.

    In addition, I want to move the laundry tub. Is it acceptable to share the 2" washer drain with the...
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    Adding Washer Drain to Existing Stack

    As part of my basement laundry room remodel, I want to add a 2 drain line to support a washer standpipe. The washer currently dumps into a laundry tub which drains into a 1 cast iron tee at the...
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    I'll have to check the clearance, but I believe I...

    I'll have to check the clearance, but I believe I can do that.

    Thanks!
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    No Room For P-Trap on Washer Standpipe

    I am moving my washer 12' and installing a new 2" drain. Due to the placement of the washer box, a standard off-the-shelf p-trap won't fit without cutting out a large portion of the stud (vertical...
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