|Posted by hj on April 14, 2002 at 09:37:14:|
|In response to Re: Venting issue|
Depending on the vent, some specify that they are not for use on a toilet, it should work, (most of the time), as long as there is at least one vent throught the roof in the system.
: I am installing a new bath in a stone home ( read: very hard to make exit holes), with finished ceilings and no access to the main vent. I am using an Oatey in-line vent (placed above the sink in the behind a register to allow air flow) for the sink but was wondering if it was possible to do the same thing for the toilet. I am assuming that because the vent is there to allow intake and is placed above the trap that no sewer gas would be present. Legality aside, am I OK?
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