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08-13-12, 08:29 AM
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So drilling through the top plate is ok?

So drilling through the top plate is ok?
08-08-12, 07:07 AM
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Running plumbing through a current wall

I am adding a bathroom to an existing 2 story home (see attached image). The new bathroom is on the first floor. There is a bedroom on the second floor right above where the room the bathroom is...
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I guess another important question I need to ask....

I guess another important question I need to ask. I haven't gotten my drywall off yet to verify, but i'm pretty sure the wall that will have the vent running through it is a 2x4 top plate. It is...
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Very good point about nothing else tying into it....

Very good point about nothing else tying into it. Can this serve as the vent all the way to the roof and have a toilet right above it to also tie into it as the waste line? I am guessing this is...
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I just discovered that the half has a 3 inch vent...

I just discovered that the half has a 3 inch vent all the way up to the attic. This vent is about 13 feet from the new bathroom toilet. Can this be used since it is 3 inches? It's a relatively...
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The waste line will run 180 degrees from how you...

The waste line will run 180 degrees from how you have it drawn (to the top of the picture). So, it would probably still be better to swap the shower and sink. Thanks again. You have been most...
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Thanks again for the help. I should clarify that...

Thanks again for the help. I should clarify that the tub is actually a standup shower. I just didn't have room to put all that in the text box. Does this change the statement about moving swapping...
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Thanks for the reply. This is my first post. ...

Thanks for the reply. This is my first post. What would be your recommendation for placement of the sink and tub? I realized that this would not be a simple task when we decided to do it. The two...
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Vent line for new bathroom installation

I am installing a new bathroom on the first floor of a two story home. The first floor already has a half bath. We have a fairly large room that we are turning into a guest bed w/ bath. I've...
12-14-09, 06:14 PM
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Posted By mjseibert

Ok, thanks. This is how I got it. Thanks for...

Ok, thanks. This is how I got it. Thanks for your help.
12-14-09, 10:53 AM
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Posted By mjseibert

I've got a York system (outside unit is...

I've got a York system (outside unit is EF4D0247506A, inside unit is F2RP024H06B). Everything is electric no gas. The unit is a 2 stage heat, single stage cool.
12-13-09, 07:43 AM
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Thanks for the quick response. A few more...

Thanks for the quick response. A few more questions. Is the W2 on my air handling unit different than the W2 on the thermostat where my White wire is landed? Also, if W1 is for gas heat, why was...
12-12-09, 03:19 PM
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Posted By mjseibert

I too have a Honeywell T8411R (2 stage heat/1...

I too have a Honeywell T8411R (2 stage heat/1 stage cool) and am upgrading to the Hunter 44860. My honeywell is wired as below

Black - C
Green - G
Red - R
Yellow - Y (it is jumpered with W1...
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