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lukacsmw 08-23-2010 08:43 AM

Help identifying drains for new Bathroom in Basement
 
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I'm working on finishing my basement, and I need help verifying that some drains are what I think they are. I'm fairly sure the original builder left some capped drains so the basement could be finished. There are two caped PVC pipes going into my concrete slab - one 4" and one 2". I'm 99% sure the 4" is for a toilet, and the 2" is for a sink drain. The only thing is, the 2" has a cutout around it (about 6"x8") in the slab, but the 4" goes straight into the concrete.

I've attached a picture, can anyone help me ID these before I cut into them? Thank you very much!


lukacsmw 08-23-2010 08:43 AM

Help identifying drains for new Bathroom in Basement
 
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I'm working on finishing my basement, and I need help verifying that some drains are what I think they are. I'm fairly sure the original builder left some capped drains so the basement could be finished. There are two caped PVC pipes going into my concrete slab - one 4" and one 2". I'm 99% sure the 4" is for a toilet, and the 2" is for a sink drain. The only thing is, the 2" has a cutout around it (about 6"x8") in the slab, but the 4" goes straight into the concrete.

I've attached a picture, can anyone help me ID these before I cut into them? Thank you very much!


lukacsmw 08-23-2010 08:43 AM

Help identifying drains for new Bathroom in Basement
 
3 Attachment(s)

I'm working on finishing my basement, and I need help verifying that some drains are what I think they are. I'm fairly sure the original builder left some capped drains so the basement could be finished. There are two caped PVC pipes going into my concrete slab - one 4" and one 2". I'm 99% sure the 4" is for a toilet, and the 2" is for a sink drain. The only thing is, the 2" has a cutout around it (about 6"x8") in the slab, but the 4" goes straight into the concrete.

I've attached a picture, can anyone help me ID these before I cut into them? Thank you very much!


Redwood 08-29-2010 08:14 AM

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The lav sink line will be inside of the wall and the center of the toilet should land 12" from the finished wall. now all you have to do is figure out the original intentions of the person that installed the rough....



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