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  1. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    ok let me see if i got this right as its getting a bit technical for me 1. the vent in the master wet vents the master sink (sink drain is 1.5 pipe waste into 3" waste) and that ties into a 2" vent via a san tee. That takes care of master toilet and sink. 2. hall bath i can rely on the master...
  2. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    what about a 3" fitting on the long pipe that goes into the right side of the wye. could use a LT 3x3x2 LT tee? i would have to redirect the drain up stream to tie in but it think that is ok? can the side inlet 90 in the pic be use just as a vent for the toilet? assuming i can redirect the sink...
  3. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    i finally cut out the old copper and started to dry fit the new connections, this is what i got so far. The only issue is tying in the vanity waste/vent (was part of the 3" copper that i cut out). I was thinking of the side inlet 90 just because its the closest spot. my questions are: 1...
  4. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    Hi Jeff, Diverter is on the valve. Thanks!
  5. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    one more issue - ughh never ends I bought two shower valves - standard tub and shower valve, diverter on the valve. Can i use this in the shower stall to run the shower head and a handheld instead of a tub fil and head? the tub fil lwould runt he head and the diverter would run the handheld...
  6. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    thanks! i will go this route. Just need to find a stack support.
  7. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    thank you for the reply - i had no idea using a D-Wye had issues so think i will go the other route and bust through the ceiling into the closet. 2 single wye wont work as the toilet is off the wall perpendicular to the floor joists. that is why the old copper lines are at such an angle to try...
  8. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    Hi again, I made it to run all the new waste and water line and framed out the shower alcove. Now i need to tie in the new to the old. While i was able to get enough pitch on the new lines keeping the pitch and ting in looks to be harder. My questions for you fine folk is what do you think is...
  9. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    making some very slow progress and have a question and issue i hope someone can help with. I figured out the glue issue with the toilet hub - old glue and wrong size dauber. Somewhere during the glue up i twisted the toilet hub and now it is not level. it tilts backward and thus is off by...
  10. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    not sure i am following on the shower drain. can you show me a picture or diagram? Its already pretty tight and what i temp'd in was fairly easy for me to work with atm. btw - went to glue the flange and first straight piece and i could not get the pipe to go into the fitting it just jammed up...
  11. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    Hi Wayne, Yup street long turn 90 into the 3x2. agreed on the flange but for the dry fit this is what the store had available when i was there Here a pic of what i was going to do with the shower drain when i mentions a few 90s in my prior post. I need to move the line over a bit. i could...
  12. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    OK so i drilled some holes and took a shot at it (hopefully not a bad move :) the Tee is picking up the vanity and the 2" vent that ties into the main vent. not cut to length yet and needs adjusting a bit :) i decided to use the 3x2 wye to connect to shower drain as that seem the best? way to...
  13. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    oops ignore anything that say 4" other than the closet bend they are 3" Does this make sense or i am that far off? Thanks!
  14. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    Hi Again, another question if you please. If i go the route of opening the ceiling i think that will work out so long as inspectors says ok. Thinking about the waste lines i am curious if i can use one 2" vent for the toilet and vanity as shown in Red or should i use a separate tee connection...
  15. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    I think the best way to approach this is to put back the old toilet flange to where is was located so i do not have to change anything else to the left of the wye in the picture attached. To hook up the new bathroom i will cut the hole in the same spot as if i was to continue the run from old...
  16. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    well the first floor is about 2 feet smaller than the top floor meaning the outside wall of the op floor sits on a cantilever. Typical raised ranch house in the Northeast - a dumb design for this area imo. I grabbed a 45 spigot flange and will mess with it tomorrow but i still don't think it...
  17. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    edit - ohh i can only cut a less than 4" hole on the 11" side - ughh more to worry about.
  18. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    not sure i follow what you are saying about the 45 flange. on the framing - the bean on the old side of the house is the old rim joist of the house . all the framing on the new bath said is 2 x11 and is the addition done in the 80's. My thinking was that the old rim joist does not carry much...
  19. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    the combo actually is over 2" (2 1/8th aprox) above the floor joist. i should have shown that in a better angle. hmm interesting I did not think CT would allow a reduction in that vent but making that a 2" from where the vanity ties in down would help but not sure I can get that combo low...
  20. Claraarcher

    New Toilet Tie In

    Hi Wayne, The 3" copper vertical is a vent and also picks up the double vanity (do no think you can see it in the pic) so it is a vent but also a drain which is why I believe I cannot reduce to a 2" I attached a layout of the old and new bathrooms I hope explains the end result I am trying to...
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