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Old 03-03-02, 01:17 AM
kwamena ayina
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i need assistance in deciding what to do with a main stack vent running through a wall i plan to demolish...can i reposition the pipe approx. 36" away from its original location and reconnect it at a point in the basement. this means the main sewer running under the basement will not be perpendicular to the main soil stack and vent.





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Old 03-03-02, 05:12 AM
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Other than telling you to check with your local code on this it sounds fine to me.
 
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Old 03-03-02, 07:05 AM
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Cool

tj is a pro (I'm not), but I would like to add that you need to slope any horizontal sections of the vent about 1/8" per linear foot to keep rain water from building up.
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Old 03-03-02, 07:29 PM
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Yes that shouldn't be a problem, slope the vent so it will drain into
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