Can the basin drain pipe be offset from the pipe going into the wall?
As long as the pipe going into the wall is straight, the rest of the drain pipe can be routed however it needs to be. Very often the trap is at an angle to the pipe in the wall.
Soil Pipe: A pipe which is carrying waste/Soil from WC. Waste Pipe: A pipe which is carrying wastewater from wet area like shower,wash basin,floor drain etc. Read More
A"drain pump" machine uses a drain tube that is higher than the the level of water in the basin and therefore uses a mechanical pump to empty the tank overthat threshold pipe. A "dump valve" drain uses a mechanical valve at the bottom of the basin and simply opens to drain the tank. Read More
It's not the toilet, there's a blockage in the pipes some where after the drain pipe from the toilet joins up with the drain pipe from the tub. You're going to need to have the pipe snaked. Read More
its not easy but if you can locate your main drain pipe and its below your basement floor then saw cut up the floor and attach the floor drain to the trap and then tie on to the main line using the same pipe or adapters. If you have no main drain under your basement floor then you will need to saw cut a hole for a sump pump pit or basin and install the… Read More
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In the end, yes. ANS 2 - By "the toilet pipe" -I'm going to assume you mean the drain . -The toilet drain in a small house is generally the main drain. All other drains are connected to it. Read More
Use kettle hot water or plunge the drain with a basin plunger or use a 2 inch spring wire to loosen waste inside the pipe Read More
A condensate drain pipe is used in conjunction with air conditioning equipment. Usually installed with heat pumps, this drain pipe gives condensation a place to run off. Read More
It's not a pee pipe, it's a "p Trap" and it is the area on a drain pipe (Usually sink or Toilet)that is at the bottom and makes a u or a j shape going vertically. Objects sometimes can be retrieved there by taking the the j part of the drain apart and look inside pipe, rings, kids small toy, etc Read More
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If you mean you are losing water, it may be a broken or cracked main drain or possibly your hyrdo-static valve is malfunctioning. One other possibility is a break in the pipe going to the main drain. Read More
If you are talking about a roof water drain pipe to sewer it is illegal. If you are talking about a sink drain pipe well that is where they all connect to so yea. Read More
Is something wrong when the toilet gurgles when the bathtub is draining when you are on a well and septic system?
When a basin drains and causes gurgling sounds in other basins -- or the toilet, in this case -- it is usually a sign that a vent pipe is clogged or obstructed. The air being displaced in the drain pipe of the bathtub has nowhere to go if the vent is clogged and is being forced up through other drain pipes. Read More
You can drain it directly into a drain pipe. Just make sure the the top of the drain pipe is even with the top of the washing machine. If not, the water from the washing machine will drain all of the time. There is no valve in the machine to stop the water from draining. The washing machine drains using a pump motor. Read More
Yes a clogged VENT pipe can cause a sluggish drain Read More
What are two holes on the underside of your pedestal sink basin and why is water coming out of them?
They are "casting" holes left from the manufacturing process. The source of water would have to be either from the overflow entrance, a crack or pin-hole in the sink basin, or a faulty or improperly installed p.o. ( vertical drain pipe from lav to p-trap). Read More
Galvanized pipe for water and drain lines. Cast iron pipe for main drain lines. Read More
No, stand pipe for washing machine is meant only for washing machine. Tie sink into drain line that washing machine stand pipe is tied into. 2" minimum drain line should be what you tie into. Sink drain line use 1 1/2". Read More
Usually toilet flange is glued down onto plastic drain pipe. There is a toilet flange that can be glued inside of plastic drain pipe also. Read More
Yes, the gasket between the overflow pipe and the tub can go bad, or it can leak around where the pipe is attached to the drain. Read More
How do you seal a bathroom sink drain pipeI recently dropped my ring down the drain and had to remove the pipe. I replaces the pipe but do not know what to seal it with?
You put a drain auger down the pipe from the nearest cleanout. You will feel the blockage when you get to it, - then break it through and clear it with the auger. Read More
What is the proper pitch for a 3 PVC drain line going from a toilet to the 4 main soil pipe in a house?
1/4" per foot Read More
A dishwasher drain pipe actually goes up to just under top of cabinet, then down slightly to join sink drain in next cabinet. Read More
The toilet flange is usually above the floor level. You would have to cut it off the drain pipe and cap it. How you do this depends on what type of pipe the drain is made of. Even if the drain should be below the floor level, you have to seal the drain or sewer gas will come up from the drain. Read More
This depends on where and what is wrong with the drain pipe. it may require a new fitting or just slight maintenance. Read More
what grade would a 4" drain pipe 40 feet long require Read More
The required minimum pipe size for a shower tub drain is 1 inch. Read More
Yes, be sure to pipe floor drain line properly into water closet piping. Read More
There is a threaded pipe coming out of the right side engine block. It extends out and has a hex pipe cap on the pipe. Just unscrew the cap and it will drain. Read More
Should water of any amount be in the sump pump and would it have anything to do with my kitchen pipes being blocked.?
If you have any water at all coming into the sump, there will always be a little in the bottom unless it stays dry long enough for it to evaporate. The design of the pump doesn't let it pump the last little bit out. If there is not a check valve in the discharge pipe, what is left it the pipe going out will drain back into the sump. If the discharge pipe is connected… Read More
The same as you would any other. Most often used when replacing an older toilet that is 14 inches out from the wall with the modern ones that are 12 inches out. How you attach it to the existing drain will depend on the type of pipe you have and your particular circumstances. Read More
A dehumidifier is a device for the removal of moisture from the air. The copper pipe that is not connected is almost certainly a drain pipe. As the dehumidifier removes moisture from the air, it has to collect and then drain in some way. A drain pipe would handle the latter chore. Consult the manufacturer or a distributor for a manual or just some information. Read More
The pipe out of the wall usually only sticks out a couple of inches. You add what is needed to the sink drain. Read More
yes he does live in the drain pipe with tucker mouse in the cricket in times square Read More