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hey there, first time posting and just have a quick question.

I am going to be renovating my bathroom next weekend and have been cutting open drywall in certain areas to see whats behind there. i noticed a while ago that the existing toilet is backed on to a false wall, hoping i could increase the size of the bathroom where the toilet is i opened it up and decided there is nothing there to stop me from doing so. That said i am obviously going to be moving the toilet flange probably 12" or so, My question is because of where my main sewage stack runs out to the sani line, i will have to add a fitting or two to tie into it now the flange is further away and around a corner of sorts, how many fittings can i add? I live in BC and cant be arsed to get a plumber in to tell me so i thought i would check here? is there a code for how many fitting you can have in your waste system tying into the main sani line?
 

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If you could post a picture and also tell us what type and size pipe you have that will get you an answer or two.--Mike---
 
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