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Can you use a toilet drain for a regular drain?

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2010-09-26 16:13:57
2010-09-26 16:13:57
As far as I have read in numerous code books there was nothing about regular drain.There are storm drains, sanitary, indirect , and waste lines BUT no regular drains so I reckon that the answer would be no
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