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Old 12-31-2012, 02:22 PM   #61
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waste arm length fitting 3 10 4 and 5 not needed saved what 10 bucks vertical must be in 3" min. only on new not if re piping existing.

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He's saying the washer could be vented on the stack is all...
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He's saying the washer could be vented on the stack is all...
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He's saying the washer could be vented on the stack is all...
As for venting, I plan to keep the vent on the drain stack. The reason for this plan is because the vent pipe is already in place, and modifying would be extra work. ... or time that could be spent elsewhere...

Secondly, I, too, agree wtih Javiles on the washer venting on the stack idea. This eliminates the "extra work" factor, and more time could be better spent elsewhere and other projects around the house.

By the way, HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL!

Lastly, I started phsically the implementation of the plumbing as per this entire post. I have to be honest... but some more changes have been revised into the plan/sketch. I look forward to sharing the product.


Hopefully, you will all approve withouth further complaints... LOL!

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