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Comes to mind.
To clarify, the cut stack can be moved enough in the x-y direction, just not up and down (z direction).
I'm investigating how to insert a sanitary tee into an existing vertical 3" stack that will not budge at all (vertically). One of the discussions I found here suggested cementing the lower part of...
In order to install a new tub the overflow needs to be offset a bit so the drain stub doesn't hit a floor joist. Is it OK to do this? (nothing has been glued yet)
They are mold marks. From the picture there are at least three injection points where they inject the ABS material into the mold. The lines you see are where the material meets up inside the mold...
Yes I realize I screwed up. But I want to fix it. The joists can be sistered rather easily as I've already sistered 4 of them to meet the tub loading requirements and to meet the ceramic tile...
OK I get it now I think. Thanks for the reply. Since the location of this branch is under the shower I will need to go horizontal for about 2ft to get to a place where I can go vertical:
Understood and will do. Thanks for the reply.
Here is a crude sketch of the setup. Seems I have the same siphon issue with the vanity...
Thanks for the reply. I guess I'm not sure how the height of the shower drain was altered as I used a complete "P" trap. Right after the "P" trap it slopes down to the T.
I did not think about...
Great forum. First time poster with an issue that has been worrying me for a few weeks. I'm installing a new 2nd floor bathroom and have been following the latest Michigan plumbing code....