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Old 02-01-2016, 05:35 PM   #16
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IM sure your great inspectors allow a clean out tee to pick up a trap. I seen a lot of that in NY.
tubular traps that he wants to use are illegal to use too, but whats illegal and what works is a different story..you can stay in ohio..
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As you can see, the flange is only 3/16". Not much margin.
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I gave my suggestion that would meet code anywhere...its up the op if he uses it..if not its also up to him .. if someone give him suggestions that works for him out of code so be it ...... as professionials we have to apply the code to correctly help someone.. or why come to the site to get misinformed ..they can do it wrong on there own....just how i feel ..do it right or don't do it at all...
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As you can see, the flange is only 3/16". Not much margin.
installed many of those for speciality sinks....I removed the 3/16 flange and used a standard 1 1/4 deep esecheton..problem solved code compliant..
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I was intending to do this correctly as I already bought the reducing sanitary tee and the male thread adapter, I was just surprised when I realized it would stick out so far. I was just curious as to how plumbers would handle this situation. Perhaps, I can get a much larger bell flange and call it a day after replacing the setup. I am using a pedestal vanity as shown and the plumbing will only be noticeable when on the toilet

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this is what I mean
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Yep, I had already searched for one earlier today... I'll keep this compliant so you don't have to report me. Guess the inspector would catch...
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As you can see, the flange is only 3/16". Not much margin.
thats not a trap...looks just like a tailpiece...and if that cylinder under it , definitely not a code trap..

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Yep, I had already searched for one earlier today... I'll keep this compliant so you don't have to report me. Guess the inspector would catch...
the so called inspector thinks hes the plumbing police for the world..and his side kick tonto....LMAO
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this is a code compliant trap, for my area of NY..
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Yep, I had already searched for one earlier today... I'll keep this compliant so you don't have to report me. Guess the inspector would catch...
there is always a way to be code compliant..I don't think I would care for a professional who directed me in an @!#$#@$ manner... then had to belittle those who tried to help in a proper way. but you remember tonto he was a bad ass..

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there is always a way to be code compliant..I don't think I would care for a professional who directed me in an @!#$#@$ manner... then had to belittle those who tried to help in a proper way..but if you remember tonto he was one kickass of a horse.
LMAO..tonto was the indian...the horse was silver..
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[QUOTE=ShtRnsdownhill;2964353]LMAO..tonto was the indian... but he was also a bad ass ...too
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LMAO..tonto was the indian... but he was also a bad ass ...too
agreed..but he wasnt a wise ass...your buddy has that covered..
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now how about letting the op get a word in on his issue..
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