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Old 03-08-2007, 02:09 PM   #1
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Determining drain pipe routing?


(unifinished basement)

I would like to move my toilet, shower, and sink drain from one side of the basement floor to the other. Any suggestions on how to track the route of the pipe underneath the concrete floor(without digging it up first!)?

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All drains shown apply to the basement. I just wanted to depict where the upstairs bathroom was in relation to the drains. The three PVC pipes are the only drains directly associated with the upstairs bathroom at the present time.

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Drawing is confusing to me, jusk show me basement area, existing pipes, and draw in new fixture placement. I see the pipes from the upper floor heading into floor, but I need to see fixture layout.
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