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    The question still stands

    If you were me and had limited plumbing knowlwedge would you:

    The pipe is cast iron where visable and is 50 yrs old. I have 4 ft currently exposed which does slope at least the minimum 1/8" per...
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    The goop in the pipe was black so it was...

    The goop in the pipe was black so it was difficult to determine exactly what it was.

    The only reason I am leaning toward tearing up the concrete and replacing the pipe is that I am finishing the...
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    I didn't get a DVD. I viewed on the screen while...

    I didn't get a DVD. I viewed on the screen while the guy was here.

    The RR guy said the line was good(no roots etc.) other than the area where the water was collecting. He said that if water is...
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    What would you do?

    I haven't had any backup problems in any of my drain lines. I am adding a 1/2 bath in my basement and after cutting into the horizontal Cast Iron Drain line under my basement slab I noticed a bunch...
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    Can I switch the 3"x2" wye just above the 3" 90...

    Can I switch the 3"x2" wye just above the 3" 90 with a 3"x2 tee? I am having an issue with floor clearance and the tee would make my life a lot easier.
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    Thanks for the reply HJ. Most of the pipes...

    Thanks for the reply HJ.

    Most of the pipes will be below the slab. The 2" drain for the lav will come through the slap at the wet wall and the toilet drain will come up straight through the...
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    OK. I had some time today so I have laid out the...

    OK. I had some time today so I have laid out the pipes. Please take a look and let me know what I have done wrong. The toilet drain is 3" PVC and the lav drain is 2". The vent out the top of the...
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    The toilet can be but does not have to be...

    The toilet can be but does not have to be directly over the 4" drain pipe. I will do whatever is more efficient.
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    I am going to be fraiming the wet wall in front...

    I am going to be fraiming the wet wall in front of the pipes coming out of the wall and the vertical main drain line. I will then have a gap behind that new wall in which I am hoping to run the vent...
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    Just got home. Thought it would be a good idea...

    Just got home. Thought it would be a good idea to upload real pictures rather than my terrible drawings.
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    Basement Bath rough in

    Hello all,

    This is my first post on the site, hopefully I am as clear and thorough as I need to be. I am adding a basement 1/2 bath to my 1945 split level in Stratford, CT. I have seen a couple...
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