Did it. Passed the inspection. May want to consult your local building code enforcement official. *Yes, as long as you do not increase or decrease the size of the ell when it turns up to catch the toilet. For exapmple a 4x3 closet ell goes from 3 inch to 4inch but due to its natural funnel design it is legal, but if you were to turn up a 3" ell and then use a 4x3 increaser it would be illegal, at least in my state it is, check your local building codes for further clarification.
That is the correct spelling of "toilet" (a sanitary plumbing fixture, or grooming).
A plumbing snake used to remove a clog in a toilet.
You don't , you do use a closet auger strictly used for toilets
Offset closet bolts can usually be found at any plumbing or hardware store. The are also known by another name, "Toilet Flanges/Closet Flanges".
Yes,the toilet is part of the plumbing system.
We use sanitary toilet to prevent insects,rats,and others from spreanding the waste.
to be sanitary!!
Yes, you can run it perpendicular as long as the sanitary tee is not more than six feet away from the closet flange.
sanitary pit privy
in a sanitary and ceramic factory
A closet auger! ( Closet is in reference to a water closet or toilet) It can be purchased at most home improvement stores.
"Water Closet" is a frequently used synonym for "toilet".
An old fashioned name for toilet.
The term "water-closet" was an early term for a room with a toilet http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flush_toilet
By plumbing codes, no.
The 2003 International Plumbing Code calls for a minimum of 15" clearance from the center of the water closet (toilet) to the nearest side wall or other fixture and 21" clearance from the front of the bowl to the closest wall or fixture.
In the "olden days", they didn't have toilets (I'm assuming you mean the porcelain fixture that you urinate and/or defecate into). Some terms that I'm aware of from when they were first becoming popular: sanitary facility, water closet, wc.
Bacteria and viruses can make people very sick if a toilet isn't clean.
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Pull the toilet. Check the closet flange. If it is not loose or broken, replace the wax ring and closet bolts. Reset toilet. Level with wobble wedges. Caulk base of toilet.
If you have the toilet paper, put it in the toilet and click on the flusher. The janitor will come in and say "DO I HEAR A TOILET CLOG?" and then you go back to the closet and grab the money.
I believe it was Thomas Krapper The flushing toilet was invented by John Harrington in 1596. Joseph Bramah of Yorkshire patented the first practical water closet in England in 1778. Edward Jennings in 1852 also took out a patent for the flush-out toilet.
A WC is a water closet or toilet if you like.
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