Basement Rough-In? How do I tell?

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      MasterPlumbers
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      I believe that there is the rough-in for a toilet in my basement – how do I tell if it’s for a toilet or the clean-out? Is there a difference? I also want to install a wash-basin there is a DWV a few feet from the area that would be ideal – is that a good idea?
      I have photos of the area to email to people if that would help?
      Thanks in advance for your help.

    • #295253

      They usaly have a 3″or 4″ pipe sticking up and a 2″ vent. Send me Pic. and mabe I can tell.

    • #295254

      The key is going to be the vent. Obviously a vent will not be required for a cleanout. It must be within 6′ of the closet bend, and often enters the bend itself (vented closet elbow).

      NtP

    • #295255

      Acording to UPC code you cant use those vented closet bends. They went out with lead work.



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