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  • #16
    Re: does my new toilet require a vent?

    Originally posted by gopher2 View Post
    here is the before and after pics, sorry for the crappy drawing.
    you guys think my new shower vent will be good enough ? or should i add one for the toilet somehow???
    and yes i know im using the wrong tee on the shower drain it will be replaced.
    thanks guys
    How much pitch is on the line ???? 4" underground should only be 1/8" pitch per foot with that you should have enough play with the flang .If you piped 1/4" pitch per foot that is to much .No all they have is 90 deg. or 45 deg. or 22 deg.
    SMELLS LIKE $$$$$$ TO ME

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    • #17
      Re: does my new toilet require a vent?

      Originally posted by JCsPlumbing View Post
      Dry vent! Dry vent!

      J.C.
      Again.

      J.C.

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      • #18
        Re: does my new toilet require a vent?

        Is that a San. Tee I see used in a Horz. to Horz. position(third photo)? I thought a Sanitary Tee should only be used in a Horz. to Vertical connection as in a stack or on its back in a vertical to horizontal connection.
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