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rachel32

10:43PM | 04/29/06
Member Since: 04/29/06
3 lifetime posts
Bvplumbing
i have recently added some rooms to my mobile home i have added 1 full bathroom and 1/2 bath how do i tie into my existing drain line,and where is the best place to run new drain? Thanks for any help that is given!!!

Sylvan

07:29AM | 04/30/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1455 lifetime posts
Me_office1
If you said " I have cast iron extra heavy" Or CI standard weight Or No hub CI or said I have PVC,ABS, Copper, Galvanized Wrought, Galvanized steel, Yalloy.

Not knowing what material you have one can only guess what adapters you would need to connect to the existing soil and or waste lines and the size of vent piping you have and if the existing lines can carry the new fixture units you added.

Since you already added all these fixtures where did the approved plans show these connections?

Also knowing what code your using would greatly help as not all plumbing codes allow for the use of all materials

rachel32

08:15PM | 04/30/06
Member Since: 04/29/06
3 lifetime posts
in the old mobile home it is 2" black pipe with a 3" main drain line. How can i connect new sewer lines to the existing and as far as plans i have none all i do know is i want to connect them to it and not sure where is the best place to tap into existing. Thanks again for your help

rachel32

08:16PM | 04/30/06
Member Since: 04/29/06
3 lifetime posts
The black pipe is pvc if that helps

Sylvan

12:41PM | 05/01/06
Member Since: 01/24/06
1455 lifetime posts
Me_office1
I have no clue to these types of plumbing hook ups and venting applications
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