Tying tub into toilet line.

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  1. Ryan D

    Ryan D New Member

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    I am trying to tie into my toilet line for a tub. But the problem I'm having is that the toilet from the other bathroom is pushing sewer into the ptrap for the tub. I have a good rise to the tub line. The toilets were originally on a cast iron tee. So when I flush either one it shoots across then flows out to the main line. Could anyone give me some pointers? I attached some drawing of how I could possibly do it. Also a picture of how it looks. Thanks.
     

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    Reach4 Well-Known Member

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    Houston, Austin, or somewhere else. It could matter.

    How does the photo relate to the sketches?
     
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  4. Ryan D

    Ryan D New Member

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    There is another toilet directly across from the 3 inch PVC in the hole.
     

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