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Old 01-10-2010, 08:41 PM   #1
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hot n cold water pipes in bath vanity


remodeling my old bathroom. im looking at the plumbing for the sink the pipes come from the right of me and when they turn out thru the wall in the vanity they have T's instead of 90s....the other side of the t is about 6 inch pipe with caps on them goin toward the back of the wall for both hot and cold. my question is, do i need it to have a T ? cant i just cut them and put a 90 coming out?

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is the tee feeding something else?

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no nothing. it just stops with a cap on each supply
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It probably fed something else at one time and they just capped it off.
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okay thanks
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