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Old 09-30-2013, 08:18 PM   #1
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OK, I am finishing my basement, and I can’t figure out which stub out is for the toilet. The two pipes in the photo labeled "B" and "C" are the ones I am referring to.

http://s776.photobucket.com/user/Kra...D=1&sort=1&o=0


http://s776.photobucket.com/user/Kra...]=1&sort=1&o=9

1) Track house in Denver, Colorado, 10 years old.
2) Two possible toilet locations
3) 3” pipe "B", no p-trap, heads towards street, no smell at all, drains fine.
4) 4” pipe"C", no p-trap, heads towards street, no smell at all, drains fine.

The 3” seems to be the right one, but it is very tight using a 30” wide tub.

And if the 3” is for the toilet, what the heck is that 4“ for???

Any ideas? Even a WAG would help.

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Old 09-30-2013, 10:04 PM   #2
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I don't see any pictures.



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Sorry John. I clicked on the "Insert Picture" icon when I posted. A window came up saying "input URL", and I put the URL of the picture I have in photobucket. But I am obviously doing something wrong.

I would correct it if I knew how?

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Try posting a link to your photobucket.

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Well, the photos don't show in the post, but the link works.

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The 3" is for the toilet. Being 15" from the tub to the center of the toilet is OK. The 4" line should be the cleanout for the line it just needs a cleanout plug.

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The 15 inches from the tub is code minimum. However, usually 4" pipe is turned up through the concrete so that a 4"x3" closet flange will glue inside of it. The layout in your picture doesn't make a whole lot of sense.



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