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  1. Thread: venting shower

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    Oh, I see what you are saying, stack the santee...

    Oh, I see what you are saying, stack the santee on top of the low heel. I'd only need a very short piece of pipe to connect the two. I might have enough room to do that since my shower drain outlet...
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    Terry, you are absolutely correct on running the...

    Terry, you are absolutely correct on running the bathroom group past the shower. I feel stupid I missed that.

    Besides venting a toilet, are there any other uses where you could vent with that low...
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    Tom, thanks for your imput. I actually had mocked...

    Tom, thanks for your imput. I actually had mocked up almost the exact thing you are describing but was hoping to avoid joining the two drain lines in the vertical wet wall as it's going to get tight...
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    Bump HJ or Terry, any thoughts?

    Bump HJ or Terry, any thoughts?
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    Just wondering. Is it because I have that fitting...

    Just wondering. Is it because I have that fitting laying flat in the picture that is causing the problem, because it will actually be standing up vertical, vent coming off the top, not the side, or...
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    Well, now I'm really confused. Here is a quote...

    Well, now I'm really confused. Here is a quote from Terry on another thread about the heel 90's

    " They only make the Santee bend in the lo-heel, which is what is always used for venting.
    It it...
  7. Thread: venting shower

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    venting shower

    I'm trying to vent my shower and came up with this mock-up. This will be between the floor joists separating the first and second floors. The 3" straight waste line on the right is coming from the...
  8. Thread: toilet vent

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    Wally, I didn't describe what I was trying to do...

    Wally, I didn't describe what I was trying to do very well, that 90 w/heel will be used in the vertical position, what I was wondering about was if a long sweep 90 could have been used instead of the...
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    Thanks, I will go with the regular sweep with the...

    Thanks, I will go with the regular sweep with the low heel 90 then. I knew there was the issue with horizontal to vertical or vice versa, I just couldn't remember it at the box store and the employee...
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    Jim, I take it a longer spout is an option on a...

    Jim, I take it a longer spout is an option on a standard tub faucet then? I'll have to do some research. I haven't started my supply lines yet but am probably going with a Pex based manifold and...
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    tub fill faucet on a vertical wall

    As the title indicates, I'm putting in a jacuzzi tub and would like to have the faucet come from a vertical wall next to the tub and fill the tub that way instead of having it mounted to the flat tub...
  12. Thread: toilet vent

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    toilet vent

    I think I know the answer to this but I thought I'd ask anyway. Having problems finding a long sweep 90 w/low heel inlet 3x3x2 locally. I'm wanting to use this to transition from horizontal toilet...
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    Thank you. I was concerned I had to count the...

    Thank you. I was concerned I had to count the distance back to where the vertical comes down as well. I'll be fine now.
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    Thanks, I'm aware of the actual maximum...

    Thanks, I'm aware of the actual maximum dimensions, my question was whether the lines marked in red in my drawing were where you actually took the measurements from (the horizontal lines only) or do...
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    critical distances, UPC

    As the title says, looking for info on what is actually measured to determine those. Check out the drawing.

    Also, UPC is used where I'm building this house. My drain line to the septic tank from...
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    Help.. can someone look at my last post in this...

    Help.. can someone look at my last post in this and comment? Jeff
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    Ok, so use the example of what Terry posted in #2...

    Ok, so use the example of what Terry posted in #2 but move the vertical riser closer to the left. Got it. For my clarification, the cross in the middle in his picture is the "back to back fixture...
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    Are you referring to Terry's picture in post #2? ...

    Are you referring to Terry's picture in post #2? I'm not sure which picture to look at. Can you draw a picture showing the shorter branch?
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    Jim, thanks. The vent coming from the main floor...

    Jim, thanks. The vent coming from the main floor bathroom will run independent and exit the roof all its own. It will not connect into the vent going through the roof on my first post of the upstairs...
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    Here is my main floor bath configuration. I will...

    Here is my main floor bath configuration. I will have to use expansion joints in the settling gaps. Is there a preferred make of those and what exactly are they called? Also, what wyes etc am I...
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    HJ, Are you saying use a single vent going up...

    HJ, Are you saying use a single vent going up from between the two lavs, then turning horizontal to the end of the lav, then vertical from there? I guess I thought because I was trying to wet vent...
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    Terry, I was just going to reply to your post...

    Terry, I was just going to reply to your post from last night when I see you changed it to this this morning. Your original answer said I should wet vent the toilet with the left lav and the tub with...
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    dwv in new log home, UPC

    Hi, Trying to DIY my DWV in our log home we are building. The house is in Montana which is under UPC codes. My county does not require inspections but I would like to design this system as if it...
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