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Old 05-05-2012, 06:18 PM   #1
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Tying 1 toilet to existing toilet drainline


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I have an older home, 1950, raised off the ground by 2 feet. I have a toilet line that goes straight down from toilet to sewer. I am installing a 2nd toilet 5 feet away and want to drain this one into the existing line. If I add a Yee Tee and a vent stack (none present) will I get flow and not suck the water out of the existing one??
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if cut into the vertical stack you should be ok

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Thanks!
Would the vent be best placed closest to the distant toilet or should I place a vent where the distant toilet ties into the existing toilet line?

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Air sure helps poop move! Shame it doesn't work as well in Washington!!
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