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Old 12-19-2012, 11:48 AM   #1
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I have (2) bedrooms with a full bath between them. In one bedroom there is direct access to the bath, the other none. The wife wants to create a guest room to the bedroom with no bath access. She only wants to add a vanity, sink, hot, cold water and mirror. She wants to have a place for guests to clean up in the AM and PM? Go figure but she wants it.

Is it 'in-code' to attach this new sink to the existing plumbing within the full bath, both hot & cold water and drain. It's actually directly behind one wall within the second bathroom.

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Sorry, sorry, didn't realize I clicked twice?????????

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What is the first thing any human has to do in the AM? Right, so I guess they can whizz in the sink, right?
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What is the first thing any human has to do in the AM? Right, so I guess they can whizz in the sink, right?
The wife was in Europe for a while and found the basic sink to be a lifesaver in the morning................Everyone I talk to says 'WTF?'
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Is it 'in-code' to attach this new sink to the existing plumbing within the full bath, both hot & cold water and drain. It's actually directly behind one wall within the second bathroom.

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