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    1" should be more than enough for any standard...

    1" should be more than enough for any standard house, even with an irrigation system.
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    vistaman if you 45 that lav arm at all , you will...

    vistaman if you 45 that lav arm at all , you will cut off the vent. what i said before will work fine, 90 right out of the wall and put a sanitary tee on the 90. The AAV needs to be only 4" above...
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    oh no kidding, yeah dont see much of it at all up...

    oh no kidding, yeah dont see much of it at all up here in NH
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    this may work?

    What type of tee is in the wall? If you can adapt to that, possibly with a 1.5 " female adapter, come out of the wall and 90 up. Put another sanitary tee vertically, come out of the top with an air...
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    If I understand your question, no you cannot vent...

    If I understand your question, no you cannot vent the shower with the main stack. When you flush your toilet, water flowing down the drain will (in theory) create negative pressure, and suck your...
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