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toilet connection problem

Postby pioneer » Fri Jul 30, 2010 8:16 pm

i recently had a new porch/downstairs toilet built on to the front of our home (internal dimensions of toilet area is 2.0m long x 920mm wide) with a short piece of 110mm soil pipe sticking through the concrete floor in the far l/h corner of room. i intend to fit the toilet centrally on the far 920mm wall with the whb on the 2.0m lhs wall. how do i connect the pipe from the toilet and the whb waste to the soil pipe in the corner of the room, incorperating an aav (which can terminate in the roof space above) and rodding point with so little space to play with. many thanks.
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Postby stoneyboy » Sun Aug 01, 2010 7:53 pm

Use a flexible pan connector incorporating a tapping for the AAV. You are unlikely to have enough space for a rodding access as well.
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