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    Vent for extended shower drain

    Hi all, have a basement bath remodel going on. The following picture illustrates the existing basement bathroom drains, which are labeled. I am moving the shower drain (2") about five feet from its...
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    ABS wye with spigot end

    I'm looking for a 45 degree reducing wye; 4x4x3, with hubs on the top (inflow) 4 inch and side 3 inch connections and a 4 inch spigot on the downflow end. Same for a 3x3x2.

    I attached a drawing...
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    That's a thought, the issue I'm running into is...

    That's a thought, the issue I'm running into is limited space in front of the bowl where the shower is. I thought rotating the toilet via a corner location would put the front of the toilet away from...
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    Corner Toilet

    I have a small basement bathroom on a concrete slab. the existing toilet has a 10 inch rough in drain. The front of the toilet is too close to the shower and the wall.

    Does a corner toilet with a...
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    Left him a message!

    Left him a message!
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    cleaned it really well, even reshaped the pipe so...

    cleaned it really well, even reshaped the pipe so it was as round as possible. Is it possible I'm getting the pipe too hot? using map gas, since it's one inch. I suppose I could try again tomorrow,...
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    Ok, so it sounds like I need to get a plumber out...

    Ok, so it sounds like I need to get a plumber out here to resize and sweat it.

    Anyone know of a good plumber in the Bothell/Woodinville, WA area?
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    Real time help needed/water main!

    I'm in a bit of a bind. I've been in the process of installing a new copper water main (one inch type L soft) from the meter to the house. the line is laid, but the copper tubing at the meter end is...
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    Sleeving copper water main

    Ok, installing 1 inch type L soft for a new service line between the meter and the house. I want to sleeve the line in something to protect it from roots and rocks. I can't do rigid PVC because it's...
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    I've looked into all the options; I don't want...

    I've looked into all the options; I don't want any joints and I don't want plastic. The wife has a wicked sense of taste and the last thing I need after installing a new main is "babe, the water...
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    replacing main, expansion loop?

    I'm in Bothell, WA, currently replacing the main between the meter and house. I plan to use type L soft copper, probably sleeved with some closed cell foam.

    The run is about 70ish feet, with a...
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    Yeah, I've got rocks, grape to baseball sized,...

    Yeah, I've got rocks, grape to baseball sized, mostly golf ballish.

    Unfortunately, I have to make a couple of bends to go around a corner of the foundation and down a small rise. Completely...
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    The reason I ask about bending is I have to make...

    The reason I ask about bending is I have to make three bends to go up a small rise and around a corner. Is this tubing easy to bend without a bender; no kinking?

    So, any thoughts on sleeving the...
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    You're in Bothell?! Can I entice you to drop by...

    You're in Bothell?! Can I entice you to drop by and take a quick look for a beer? You'll appreciate the amount of excavation I've had to do by hand, what a nightmare...
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    So, type L soft will be ok for in ground use? Any...

    So, type L soft will be ok for in ground use? Any sleeve or protection between the meter and the house?

    do you have a picture of what the fittings at the meter look like? I'm having a hard time...
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    Leaking water main

    Hi!
    Well, I've got a leak in the main between the meter and the house. The existing main is in an unknown region of a vast front yard and I've begun to trench for a new line. I plan to install type...
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