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Old 04-27-2013, 01:34 PM   #16
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Shower water proofing


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But the better question is what configuration is it you want to set up, and why?

Theories are great, and important to understand, but not without proper context.
I have a single story house and if I wanted to add a shower in my basement obviously I would run the trap and drain line into the main sewer line under the slab but to vent it I would have to run a vent line up and over the first floor fixtures, correct? Otherwise I would be wet venting between floors, which is not allowed.


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