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    Adobe Illustrator. Far from the optimum tool, but...

    Adobe Illustrator. Far from the optimum tool, but it's what I have (story of my life LOL)
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    It's more fun doodling on the computer than...

    It's more fun doodling on the computer than crawling under the house. So, well, here I am. It turns out that I have more vertical "room" to deal with than I was expecting. So instead of a constant...
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    I opened the tank, and there is indeed a...

    I opened the tank, and there is indeed a "sani-tee" baffle on the end of the pipe. I noticed that the incoming pipe is 3in, not 4in as I had previously thought. I have attached updated before and...
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    Thanks for the info. The exsting pipe is nowhere...

    Thanks for the info. The exsting pipe is nowhere near perpendicular to the tank.. I don;t recall seeing a tee like what you describe when the tank was inspected (but my memory is terrible). I will...
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    So it finally stopped raining, and I started...

    So it finally stopped raining, and I started digging. Good times. I feel pretty comfortable about this project, except for the actual connection of the new pipe to the septic tank. Looks like the...
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    Ongoing Stoppages

    I purchased my first home in September. We did not have any issues at first, but for the past month or so the main line has been getting clogged regularly (the drain cleaner is on his way out for the...
  7. I'm a newb, but could these symptoms be explained...

    I'm a newb, but could these symptoms be explained by a hot water recirculation system (especially one that returns on the cold water line)?
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    Thanks for the reples. RE 3in pipe: Oops! Not...

    Thanks for the reples.

    RE 3in pipe: Oops! Not sure where I got the idea I needed 3in pipe. I will use 2in.
    RE the vent connection: I will use a 2x1.5x2 sanitary tee.
    RE the main line...
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    Adding laundry drain -- where?

    We are adding a laundry room. I am trying to figure out how best to attach the drain to the existing convoluted plumbing. Hopefully my drawing is clear. The slope in the 4" lines is minimal.

    Is it...
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    Well, I ended up cutting the fitting out with a...

    Well, I ended up cutting the fitting out with a cutoff wheel. It took about 5 minutes to cut it in half. Sometimes the problems that stop me in my tracks end up having ridiculously simple solutions :)
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    I have no reason to suspect that it is leaking...

    I have no reason to suspect that it is leaking around the drain. I don't know how to deal with the existing fixture though. If I don't remove it, what is the proper way to marry my 2in abs pipe to it?
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    Thanks, that helps. At least now I know I am...

    Thanks, that helps. At least now I know I am SUPPOSED to be able to remove it. I did not want to find that out after trying for 4 hours. :) There is not enough access to get a wrench near those lugs;...
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    Leaking drain in fiberglass shower

    Hi,

    I am a novice getting involved with a lot of plumbing projects in my first house. This forum is turning out to be an invaluable resource. Thanks for your efforts here!

    My latest issue: The...
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