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Old 12-03-2015, 05:49 PM   #61
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Why do you want that one wall to be a 2x6 wall?

Because a 3 inch hub is wider then a 2 by 4 stud.
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Drop for washer and T1 may end up in the same joist space? the existing stack is under the first floor toilet right? Basically once you reach the basement ceiling we will have 3 inch to the left and 3 inch to the right of the stack. You need to run down the joist to the stack wall then with a 90 at a 45 and a 45 along the wall picking up the other stack with a wye on its back and a 90 or st 9o looking down that joist.

Mark where you expect the drops to be it would be easier for me to draw it then. And your stack with what ever you got in the way.

At this point you do what ever to get to the stack and maintain 1/8 inch pitch..

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Old 12-03-2015, 05:57 PM   #63
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Put all three together and locate your main stack in the basement. Once through the floor you 90 to the wall of the stack then we run down the wall into your stack.

Post a picture of your basement and the stack itself with best guess where you will be coming down from above.
Check the graphic above. I have the sewer location along with the two options for the washer drop.
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This graphic shows the location where the drain pipe leaves the basement wall towards the sewer.
Patrick best to stay out of the outside wall so that leaves you the one option.
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The original stack it going to get abandoned once I redo the downstairs plumbing in years to come.
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Post me a picture of your sewer coming in. I need to see what we are dealing with.
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Where the red box outside of the drawing is that where your sewer is located?
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Post me a picture of your sewer coming in. I need to see what we are dealing with.
The sewer location is on the top of the graphic. Option 1 or 2 for the washer drop?
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Option 1

I hate outside walls seen everything that can freeze freeze.

So get me a picture of the sewer coming in an what is currently connected. So I can see how we route around it.
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Option 1

I hate outside walls seen everything that can freeze freeze.

So get me a picture of the sewer coming in an what is currently connected. So I can see how we route around it.
Okay. I will get you a picture for tomorrow. Is a clean out going to have to be put in?

Where do you suggest putting the new stack?

I will get all of the other isographics cleaned up for tomorrow...
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The toilet 2 vent is a sanitary tee on its back must remain vertical.
Toliet 2 vent can't be a Wye?
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Option 1

I hate outside walls seen everything that can freeze freeze.

So get me a picture of the sewer coming in an what is currently connected. So I can see how we route around it.
Ghost,

I will get everything all updated for tomorrow. We're real close... Thanks!
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Ok cool sorry very tired. Bad cold day in the field.
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Ok cool sorry very tired. Bad cold day in the field.
Ghost,

Here is everything I got updated. Let me know what you think.

Thanks,

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IS that a 3 inch clean out i'm looking at where it exits through the wall?

Any other things in the way to the right of that clean out?

Looks like you have a house trap is that 4 inch going back out to a downspout?

What you have drawn looks real good. All you do is screw a 3 inch MIP adaptor into the clean out then a 3 inch wye with branch going to the right. Then a clean out in the end of the wye. Using 45 bends get back to the wall and just pick it all up with wyes looking up and 90's in the vertical.

The house trap has me concerned is that a local code requirement or a legacy item?

You may have to make another one we have separate storms from sanitary in my area and in the Cleveland Area they used outside house traps on the main drain that were removed when the sewers broke.

Please find out from your local inspector regarding the house trap it's not an issue I deal with because combined sewer and storm are outlawed now.

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