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Old 01-23-2016, 07:38 AM   #16
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many times its a guy that got a job from knowing someone and not something.............with a big ego..........
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Old 01-23-2016, 01:25 PM   #17
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Maybe in NY.
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Old 01-23-2016, 02:13 PM   #18
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definitely in ohio..so you still didnt answer if you were ever a licensed plumber..still waiting for that..just because your an inspector that can quote out of a code book doesnt mean squat..
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Hello all and thank you for the replys. I'm in NC as far as code, but also that means I haven't had power for a few days. I'll respond to the questions and provide more detail about the job once I get everything up and going around here.
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definitely in ohio..so you still didnt answer if you were ever a licensed plumber..still waiting for that..just because your an inspector that can quote out of a code book doesnt mean squat..

In Ohio I was a licensed plumbing contractor. Yet you apparently a troll of the worse kind. We also require Ohio plumbing inspectors to have 8 years verifiable trade experience prior to the test. Which usually only 33 % pass. I also hold a Medical Gas inspectors license. Yet you have yet to even post your first license. Since you do not know the DFU of a Kitchen sink I got to wonder..
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definitely in ohio..so you still didnt answer if you were ever a licensed plumber..still waiting for that..just because your an inspector that can quote out of a code book doesnt mean squat..
well it may not mean squat...however put a plumbing system in that dosen't meet code...and I'll bet it will mean something to you then....
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well it may not mean squat...however put a plumbing system in that dosen't meet code...and I'll bet it will mean something to you then....
my plumbing passes inspections, unlike what to op has posted...so I dont worry about inspections..
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The lower toilet Just cut in a 3 by 2 wye and run towards the lav with a vent and pick up the tub along the way. Your turn down need to become a normal 3 inch 90.

The upper toilet is fine The lav is your wet vent provided it is vented.
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