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Old 09-13-2008, 05:13 PM   #1
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I am redoing a basement bathroom and want to move the shower vent line that's in the slab. There is 1 1/2" or 2" cast coming out of the slab that transitions to copper. If I bust the concrete to move the cast line, how do I reconnect to it in the new pour? Is it OK to bury a Furnco in concrete?

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No. This brand/type is not allowed underground. You need a No-hub clamp. These have the rubber sleeve and a stainless steel cover with two radiator type clamps.

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No. This brand/type is not allowed underground. You need a No-hub clamp. These have the rubber sleeve and a stainless steel cover with two radiator type clamps.
Thanks. I know the type you're talking about.
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