Bathroom Sink Plumbing Guide

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Old 07-02-03, 06:43 PM
luisduo
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Bathroom Sink Plumbing Guide

I am installing a new sink and stand in my bathroom, but I've encountered the problem of the current pipes being too short and too far to the right of the new sink.

I would like any advice on what are the guide lines for installing new pipes in the way of making sure I don't have too many angles in the pipes that would prevent it from properly draining.

If you were able to decipher my question, thanks in advance for your help.
 
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Old 07-02-03, 06:44 PM
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Is this a pedestal type sink or a vanity?
 
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Old 07-03-03, 08:28 PM
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It's a vanity sink, which is also higher than the one that was previously installed.
 
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Old 07-03-03, 08:46 PM
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Are the pipes still inside the vanity opening? How far to the right are they from the center of the new sink? What kind of pipes do you have?If only a few inches then flex lines on the water would work.1/8 or 1/6 bend on drain comming from wall.A 1-1/4 ext tube for new height.Let us now how for and we should be able to help.
 
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