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 Update Rough In DWV Layout Help
Author: maine-ah (ME)

This is where I'm at. Too many bends on the shower drain? Was hoping to go with one 45.. Ended up with two and a 90. Let me know what you think. Thx!


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 Re: Update Rough In DWV Layout Help
Author: PlumberLoren (CA)

If that bottom line in the photo is the vent, the combination needs to be rolled up above the flow line as much as you can and still get a bit of fall on that line. Good luck.

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 Re: Update Rough In DWV Layout Help
Author: packy (MA)

that is a wet vent. the sink drains into it(from the right) so the "Y" in question is washed clean every time the sink drains.

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 Re: Update Rough In DWV Layout Help
Author: packy (MA)

it is fine.. you won't have any trouble with that layout.
i'm looking at the toilet flange. the bottom of the stainless ring must sit ontop of the finish floor.

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 Thank you! :thumb:
Author: maine-ah (ME)

Appreciate the quick responses. Yeah I was just adjusting the flange. Needed to come up a bit. I turned the wye up a bit more on the vent for safe measure. Thx for everyone's assistance!



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