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    Sounds good. Thanks for the help. Cheers.

    Sounds good. Thanks for the help.
    Cheers.
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    Mike: If that's the case, I owe you one. I have a...

    Mike: If that's the case, I owe you one. I have a couple of questions if you don't mind.
    This vent will be all dry. Do elbows have an equivalent length? i.e. is one elbow worth 5 ft of straight pipe...
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    Right now there is a laundry tub, a washing...

    Right now there is a laundry tub, a washing machine and a floor drain. The vent is 1-1/2" about 20 feet with 5 elbows. I need to add a toilet, shower, vanity, and two more floor drains. The two extra...
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    Doing some reading of Bert Polk's document and it...

    Doing some reading of Bert Polk's document and it looks like you're absolutely correct. Maybe I'll have to find a different plumber...
    And find a way to get to that stack up higher :(
    I am reading...
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    I think you're clear on what you are seeing. The...

    I think you're clear on what you are seeing. The vent for the toilet on the right joins the stack way up in the attic, so well above the toilet.
    The vent I am adding will be from basement fixtures...
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    Here's a couple of pictures. In the left picture,...

    Here's a couple of pictures. In the left picture, the main stack is shown going up through the attic. The horizontal portion is the waste from a toilet that comes down from about four feet to the...
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    I figured as much. Thanks for confirming. Looks...

    I figured as much. Thanks for confirming. Looks like I've got a lot of piping to redo :(
    Cheers
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    Tee into existing stack-retrofit

    Hi all. I need to tee a dry vent into an existing 3" vent stack just below the attic but there are fittings above and below where I need to tee in so i can't separate the pipe to fit the tee in. I...
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