Would someone please tell me if there is anything wrong with the drain
pipe in the following photo? Please note that the actual pipe is not yet
installed. The photo shows the cutting in the wall where pipe will go.
The distance is 4 feet to the corner and another one foot to the waste pipe.
I'm asking the question because all the drain pipes I have seen go
straight down, never horizontal. Thanks.
Drain lines have horizontal (or nearly so) runs all the time; it's
impossible to always have everything directly on top of everything else.
There are Code rules pertaining to drop, length to vent, etc., etc.,
What is it the drain for?
What's the diameter? Looks small. As another said, may matter if isn't
If I had the option to do it, I'd use plastic (it's a lot slicker than
galvanized) and lose the sharp elbows; in fact, I'd prefer to run a
straight shot from the wall to the drain to eliminate that corner
entirely. Failing that, at least use a sweep in the elbow, not the
sharp one and have a cleanout somewhere "just in case"...
NO It wont work. You are an idiot to even think it will work. Call a
plumber, you are too stupid to work on plumbing!
Unfortunately, I bet your also too stupid to use a telephone too, so
do this. Go out into the street and stand in front of moving traffic.
If you dont get run over, the cops will arrest you. Thats when you ask
the cop to call a plumber for you.
This clown is worse than Zika. I tried to get him banned from aloe.org but
doesn't seem to care.
Anybody have any idea how to toss this idiot?
Oh Terry could you please eliminate the Avast ad, thank you.
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