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Thread: Connect lav drain directly into toilet

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    I was assuming that option 1 was a santee going straight up.
    Since that is not the case, and since I don't think I even understand your drawing at this time, I will concur with hj on option 2, if that means the revents are at 42"

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    Just passed inspection! Thanks for all the help.

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