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    could anyone help with this please....

    basement floor - bathroom group
    main floor - toilet (stub out) /sink and kitchen sink
    first floor - bathroom group
    proposed second floor addition - bathroom group --- where the vent stack is offset now (in the drawing) it will be cut and go straight...i just did it this way for now because of the icy conditions/ladder use etc plus i already had a hole in the roof there.

    any and all feedback welcome

    thanks np
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    now tied in the vent to the stack - any feedback? thanks NP

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    anyone? any advice at all?

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    What I see looks fine.

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    Thanks for your input Terry (as always) sorry for not reporting back on my previous posts. - I have a structural inspection tomorrow and he will be looking at the stack too. What I have done just looked really messy to me with all the reducing.

    Would you have done it differently? I dont have access to the stack below the 4" WYE so this is the only way my newb brain could get around it. I purchased a book 'venting systems guide for plumbing'...ISBN 978 897498-20-0 - PLEASE DELETE REF IF INAPROPRIATE.


    anyhow, feel better now feedback has been given.

    Thanks as always Terry --- always an invaluble site

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