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    Default Basement WC move and Ejector Discharge

    I'm in the process of finishing my basement and had 2 questions.

    First, I need to move the toilet drain over 3 to 7 inches. In the attached floor plan, the BLUE is where the builder had stubbed out the drain pipes. The RED is my best guess as to where the pipes are located under the concrete. And the GREEN is how I plan to move the toilet drain over (using a 22.5 degree elbow, then a closet bend). Does that meet code? Also, do you think I will have issues with the sink drain/vent fitting being in the way? Is there a better way? I appreciate any advice.

    Second, I need advice on how to tie my sewage ejector discharge line into the main waste line. Attached is a picture of how the builder stubbed it out. However, it needs to extend out to reach the ejector pit. Ideally, I would have liked to extend the pipe that's between the 1/8 Bend and the 1/4 Bend (RED circle), but there doesn't seem to be enough pipe to work with. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thank you.
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