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Old 03-29-2010, 09:09 AM   #16
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Elevate the toilet to run the drain?


I believe they are prohibited in Oregon, but i'd have to check to be positive....

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Elevate the toilet to run the drain?


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well, it is a beam and a joint.

what the plumber did was, notched a bit out of the beam (oversized beam anyways, 12"X12" for a 30' span), and used a tilted flange.
How did you determine the beam is oversized ??

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