Re: In-line vent alt.
Posted by e-plumber on December 04, 2003 at 17:41:25:
In response to Re: In-line vent alt.
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: : Nice picture. Where's the AAV? I hope it is not the time coming horizontally out of the vent stack.

: : Reply:
: : I figured you would know that I was being sacastic hj.
: : The picture was meant to show the installer the correct way to install a WM drain, at least what I consider correct. Most people are eager to install an AAV because running a vent line is "impossible".
: : ...The fitting on the vent is a clean-out fitting.
: : e-plumber

: People come here because they need advise not sarcasm. You should be ashamed of yourself.

: : : : : Would the in-line vent(tudor) be placed after the standpipe and P-Trap. A drawing would help.

: : : : Reply:
: : : : This photo should help you do the install.
: : : : Good Luck. e-plumber

Cherly said: "People come here because they need advise not sarcasm. You should be ashamed of yourself."

Reply:
I am not ashamed of anything I post or reply to.
If you read some of my many replys, I spend a lot of my own time advising people from around the country just like other posters do in this forum.
If I am not sure of what their local code is, I give professional advise which would supersede their code.
Occaisionally, I mix humor and sarcasm in my replys. Nothing is ever posted or replied to that is demeaning to anyone or mean spirited.
e-plumber



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