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Toolaholic, sorry to disappoint you by starting this thread. I have a good amount of respect for most of plumbers on this forum. Feel free to start your own thread.
Many times in plumbing I have found what one plumber holds true is nothing more than a old wives tale. Trying to break this barrier is often difficult as many plumbers know what they know, because they know what they know.
The reason I posted this thread was to learn something about venting and tee's and to settle the debate with my boss. However it seems we are both right.
The picture I posted is from a book I bought at Home Depot last week. It has some good information in it and some that is just plain wrong.
Actually you are right and your boss is wrong. You already posted the correct Code Section which proves it. I think it is time for you to get a raise.
"Somewhere a Village is Missing Twelve Idiots!" - Casey Anthony
Hi Tyman , I'm guessing I must have offended You. That was never My intent! This is a great thread ,and I think many of Us learned a little something from it.
My experience ,when working in SF ,about 20 or so inspectors, is a few will add in their own preferences, on occasion . This won't be in the UPC or the city ammendments. Doesn't pay to make waves!
I can build anything You want , if you draw a picture of it , on the back of a big enough check .