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Old 03-22-2008, 06:26 PM   #1
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Im installing a bathroom in my basement and im lost on how to vent .

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Could look like this.

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Adding basement bathroom I've done all my rough plumbing accept my vents . I have a bathroom right above it , the main drain comes straight down next to the new bathroom in my laundry room and exits the house . I can see most drains and vents for everything (vents for sinks , showers , etc. are all ran separtely) I was not sure if I can tie into one of these or if I have to run a new vent to the attic which would be a pain !!!!! Help !!!!!!
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I just submitted another new post that explains the situation better
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Adding basement bathroom I've done all my rough plumbing accept my vents . I have a bathroom right above it , the main drain comes straight down next to the new bathroom in my laundry room and exits the house . I can see most drains and vents for everything (vents for sinks , showers , etc. are all ran separtely) I was not sure if I can tie into one of these or if I have to run a new vent to the attic which would be a pain !!!!! Help !!!!!!
You can tie into the existing vents if your code allows you to.
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Thanks for your help! Which one do you think would be the best one to tie into(for toilet (with pump) and sink)...I was thinking the kitchen sink vent...??
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It would have to tie into a 2" vent somewhere.

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