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Old 09-01-2013, 07:59 AM   #1
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Is it acceptable to tie another fixtures drain into the toilet drain before entering the waste stack or is it more common for each fixture to enter the stack individually?

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Old 09-01-2013, 10:32 AM   #2
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if i understand your question. i have the sink entering right under the toilet. and it works fine. the stack is a ways away.

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How far away from the stack is the toilet?
Are the toilet/sink re-vented?

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You would need to vent the sink you tied in.
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You would need to vent the sink you tied in.
not what I asked.
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You would need to vent the sink you tied in.
If your tying a sink drain into the toilet drain before entering the stack and both are within 5 feet of the stack do you still need to run a separate vent for the sink?
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If your tying a sink drain into the toilet drain before entering the stack and both are within 5 feet of the stack do you still need to run a separate vent for the sink?
YES
Vents are done to prevent trap pull.
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not what I asked.
By the way either way you will need to vent it.
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not what I asked.
What you asked does not have a yes or no answer.
You have not mentioned what code is used in your area, this will affect how your inspector reviews your work

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