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    Ah yes, didn't specify what that was in my write...

    Ah yes, didn't specify what that was in my write up. The white line is what I'm 99% sure is under the slab. This is in a new sub, and I've seen what other houses of the same model as mine have laid...
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    Thank you very much Terry! I do have to vents to...

    Thank you very much Terry!
    I do have to vents to the roof, all the fixture on the 2nd floor are vented that way.
    In my 1st floor bath, the AAV's are right after the trap under the sink before...
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    Ok then don't be gentle, be hostile I guess....

    Ok then don't be gentle, be hostile I guess.
    Figured if I'm going to plunk down a couple grand to have someone do the work for me, I'd rather not find out after the fact that they did it wrong,...
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    New basement bath drain

    Hello all, I'm a novice when it comes to plumbing, so I want to ask the "proper" method for routing my drains in an upcoming basement bath install. I'd like to be armed with information before...
  5. Oh, forgot to mention that the exit part of the...

    Oh, forgot to mention that the exit part of the trap was different than in all the pictures too. On both Cadets, there was no little "hump" before exiting, it made that flat almost 90 horizontally...
  6. Had to create and account to reply to this...

    Had to create and account to reply to this thread, since I've been lurking here for months and decided to go to the 'Depot to pick up a couple Cadets to replace the builder grade Mansfields in my...
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