PVC Bed Frame

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  1. molo

    molo Member

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    Is This Vented Properly?

    the modern bed-pan? not mine, found the image
     

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  2. D'Brie

    D'Brie Apprentice Plumber

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    Passed inspection? :D Nice job!
     
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  4. Redwood

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    Hmmmm I wonder if it will hold Redwood....
    Redwoods a big boy....:eek:
     
  5. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    bed

    Looks like something from IKEA.
     
  6. Gary Swart

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    Where's the vent?;)
     
  7. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    vent

    Water lines do not need a vent, but if one of those elbows was changed to a tee, and supplied with a funnel, it might make a handy urinal for those middle of the night times when you don't really want to get up
     
  8. Gary Swart

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    Now you're getting personal, HJ. But it's an excellent idea.:cool:
     
  9. hj

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    Large capacity and would only have to be taken out and dumped once a week.
     
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