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Old 03-11-2008, 11:34 PM   #16
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That is unless he's in one of those places covered by the IPC where a toilet purched on a five gallon pail is up to code..
hmmm....couldn't find where that was up to code....and yeah I'm under IPC. I'll have to remember that one on the next big job. What a time saver

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Old 03-11-2008, 11:41 PM   #17
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hmmm....couldn't find where that was up to code....and yeah I'm under IPC. I'll have to remember that one the next big job. What a time saver
Ya, except if your toilet is a bucket flush model, then things get really confusing.
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I notice you have your hot and cold shut off valves tucked inside the ceiling. When you close that ceiling up, don't forget to put an access door to get to those valves in the future.
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Update: Plumbing inspector made me move my AAV from the tee in the first post pic to a sanitary tee where the sink drain turns down in the wall (on the left side when looking at the pic). Other than that, good to go. I was even allowed to wet vent with the 1.5" pipe, since the only thing on the wet vent pipe was the lav.

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Sounds like he wanted the vent closer to the toilet. Congrats on getting through your inspection though.

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