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Old 02-17-2016, 10:22 AM   #61
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What is the difference between this:
http://www.lowes.com/pd_24372-143-85...=R#reviews_tab

and this:
http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?...llow&cId=PDIO1


other than the $20 difference....!!!!
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Old 02-17-2016, 11:28 AM   #62
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What is the difference between this:
http://www.lowes.com/pd_24372-143-85...=R#reviews_tab

and this:
http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?...llow&cId=PDIO1


other than the $20 difference....!!!!
This has come up before on this forum for discussion. I believe the mechanical type is spring operated and the other type is gravity operated. Or it's the other way around - one of the plumbers here will know and let you know which is better.

But I agree with you, they both do the same thing.

Depends on location if you can use them or not. I've seen them used in mobile homes, regular homes and RV's. Check your local code office for sure.

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Old 02-17-2016, 12:12 PM   #63
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What is the difference between this:
http://www.lowes.com/pd_24372-143-85...=R#reviews_tab

and this:
http://www.lowes.com/ProductDisplay?...llow&cId=PDIO1


other than the $20 difference....!!!!
one is a piece of crap and one will work for many years without problems and lets in the correct amount of air....spend the extra money..studor vent http://www.amazon.com/Studor-20346-R...ds=studor+vent is the same cheaper on amazon..
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OK, I went at Home Depot and got some PVC fittings to see how it will "look like"
I will post a picture tonight to show you......
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OK, I went at Home Depot and got some PVC fittings to see how it will "look like"
I will post a picture tonight to show you......
should I have a few drinks first??
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Not too much, otherwise you will mix straight pipes with 45 or 22.....
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Here are the pictures....1st one is to show the assembly and 2nd one to show how it will fit in the cabinet
Is this what you explained?
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yes, that is it, if you needed it over some more , use a regular 45 and put a 3 inch or so piece between the 45 and 90..
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yes, that is it, if you needed it over some more , use a regular 45 and put a 3 inch or so piece between the 45 and 90..
Can i replace the 45 by a 90 if i want the TY closer to the back wall?
And can i use this to do the connection with that whole assemnly onto the drain coming out of the wall:http://www.homedepot.com/p/1-1-2-in-...-150/100058870
Or even the one with the metal jacket around it?
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Can i replace the 45 by a 90 if i want the TY closer to the back wall?
And can i use this to do the connection with that whole assemnly onto the drain coming out of the wall:http://www.homedepot.com/p/1-1-2-in-...-150/100058870
Or even the one with the metal jacket around it?
you can use a no hub clamp and since you will have a clamp and way to clean the pipe if need be, you can use the 2 90s together, but you try and stay away from making quick double bends like that in the drain..you probably will never have an issue..
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So you are saying i should avoid the 2x90, or you mean i should be ok?
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So you are saying i should avoid the 2x90, or you mean i should be ok?
it should be fine....
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wow ..just open the wall ..not a big deal.. looks like you already have an 1 1/2 vent ..so do it the better way....sorry..
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wow ..just open the wall ..not a big deal.. looks like you already have an 1 1/2 vent ..so do it the better way....sorry..
I been telling him that all along, but wanted this way, I think hes getting the plumber to move the pipes in the wall..
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Yeah, I know....
1 more question: Is it OK to cap a 1 1/2" drain line - inside a wall - with this:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/1-1-2-in-...-101/100372302

Or I have to go with the glued PVC cap?
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