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Old 05-22-2010, 12:34 PM   #1
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how to tap into a sewer line to install a sink, toilet ,and shower
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Is that a question?
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Old 05-22-2010, 08:24 PM   #3
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This question is much too brief and general for anyone to give you an answer that is more detailed than the question itself. Take the time to post a lengthy and descript summary of what you're wanting to do, pipe types, location, etcetera, and people will take the time to help you out.
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Your excellent question deserves this excellent response:

by using tools and techniques used in construction
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Old 05-23-2010, 12:55 PM   #5
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Bailey, try something like this:

"I have an existing (cast iron, PVC, or ABS)sewer line which has an interior diameter of (2", 3" or 4").

I am adding a new bathroom and need to drain the sink, shower and toilet into the existing line.

I've attached a (drawing or picture) of the area in question, and need some assistance in properly plumbing this.

I've bought some plumbing books, but am still somewhat confused by fixture units, venting, slope, and things I've read when doing my homework for this project.

Can someone here help me with this? I want to make sure everything is done according to code, and that it all works properly not only for my family, but for any future home occupants."

Try something like that and plenty of folks will help you.
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