|Posted by JoeB on March 31, 1999 at 08:44:55:|
I am remodeling the master bath in my house. The two bathrooms are back-to-back.
The toilets are back-to-back with the vent stack in the wall between them.
They are currently plumbed with 3" copper which is 25 years old. In three places
the copper has oxidized completely through. The neighbor who built his house
along with mine has had the same problem with his copper DWV pipes. It appears
to have happened in the three places where there is a horizontal run between the
connection to the septic systems and a vent. There is nothing electrical grounded
or connected to these pipes.
Luckily the baths are right near where the connection to the septic system is.
My dilema right now is whether or not the back-to-back toilets are plumbed with
Right now, the connection goes like this: closet flange to sweep 90. The 90 turns
I have read that you are not supposed to use waste tees on their 'back'. In my
So, what is the proper/better way to plumb back-to-back toilets?
Any help will be appreciated.
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