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    bathroom renovation - tub trap and vent advice

    Its kinda hard to tell distance but you probably want to run a vent for the new tub location. They surely want 2" for tub/shower drains, vent can be 1.5. You probably dont want to use 3/4 for the lines as it will talk for ever get hot water with the larger volume
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    Can someone review this drain lay out and make sure there's no glaring issues

    The vertical 3" line after the 3x3x3 wye at the top of the photos is strictly a dry vent. The main 3" drain (after the 3" vertical vent) continues strait 18' (pitched 1/4 per) through a crawl space to the basement, then turns and exits to the septic. There will be a 1-1/2" vanity drain where the...
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