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Old 02-03-2016, 11:09 PM   #31
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here are the 3 a pvc T, a TY and a Y
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Okay let me clarify my comment.
It's either sanitary tee or a y
I've plumbed in 5 states and very seldom heard a San tee called a ty. That's all I'm saying- it's simply regional terminology.
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sanitary t or ty..same difference..but easier to say and write ty..not a Y
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just like new jersey calls the beach, the shore..in NY we call it a beach....semantics at its best...and confusing as hell..LOL
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Middle america calls it a san tee. A wye is like the letter.
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here we call them..1st tee... vent tee....2nd- tee.... sanitary tee...3rd- wye well a wye
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Y is the fourth of july...................
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Old 02-07-2016, 12:10 PM   #38
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With this sink that will drain into the vent of the ejector pit, would it be okay to use one of these to connect the drain of my water softener, or should I just run a line to the floor drain?

http://www.menards.com/main/plumbing...28327659740522
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