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    Wasn't a yes or no, more of a this or that. :-) ...

    Wasn't a yes or no, more of a this or that. :-) Thanks. *off to check Sioux Chief*
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    PEX stub outs - how do you do yours?

    This is for the laundry sink on/in a base cabinet in the laundry room move I'm still working on. Would you go with this

    http://media.rd.com/dynamic/82/39/74/200702_PEX_012.jpg

    or this?
    ...
  3. Yes I was aware and they will all be present. ...

    Yes I was aware and they will all be present. Thanks. Interesting info too - I called LG about our front loader - less than two years old - and the only consideration on draining is the top of the...
  4. Awesome - thanks.

    Awesome - thanks.
  5. Does a washer standpipe have to be a single piece or can it have slight bends?

    It's going into a smaller than normal stud cavity so I need to offset it slightly. Just a couple 45* bends - it would still be 36" high (IPC code used in this area). Horizontal shift would be 6" at...
  6. Thank you both for the replies. Is the following...

    Thank you both for the replies. Is the following correct?

    http://panekfamily.smugmug.com/Photography/Brookshire-Drive/OfficeLaundry-remodel/officelaundry04/844682613_SfQ44-L.jpg
  7. Another pic for confirmation: ...

    Another pic for confirmation:

    http://panekfamily.smugmug.com/Photography/Brookshire-Drive/OfficeLaundry-remodel/officelaundry04/843327960_FmEQ8-L.jpg

    The stack is actually 4" in the basement...
  8. 1. Curious as to why not? 2. Why wouldn't it...

    1. Curious as to why not?
    2. Why wouldn't it be?
    3. What is the recommended vertical separation distance or can they be stacked?
    4. DE uses the 2006 IPC code, so that makes it 18-42" above the...
  9. Posting this before Terry does ...

    Posting this before Terry does

    http://terrylove.com/images/washer_rough_b.jpg

    Maybe an AAV above the T would make things less awkward. You need a P trap at the bottom of the washer drain...
  10. Moving laundry to the 1st floor - need ideas

    First post - hopefully this isn't too overwhelming. We bought a 1960s era 2 story with full basement back in 2008. My wife is getting tired of lugging laundry (2 kids) up and down two flights of...
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