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    Bathroom plumbing schematic online?

    Asked Sep 4, 2005, 12:20 PM 2 Answers
    Hi,

    Do know of any good websites that show overall plumbing schematic, or sections, specifically the bathroom schematic.

    I tried putting "plumbing schematics" in a Google search but after the 3rd page of the results it didn't look like I was getting anywhere.

    I'll try Yahoo and see what happens.

    Note: This is for residential

    Last edited by forcheezi; Sep 4, 2005 at 12:28 PM. Reason: more specific residential schematics
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    Sep 4, 2005, 12:43 PM


    Quote Originally Posted by forcheezi
    Hi,

    Do know of any good websites that show overall plumbing schematic, or sections, specifically the bathroom schematic.

    I tried putting "plumbing schematics" in a google search but after the 3rd page of the results it didn't look like I was getting anywhere.

    I'll try yahoo and see what happens.

    Note: This is for residential

    "I tried putting "plumbing schematics" in a google search but after the 3rd page of the results it didn't look like I was getting anywhere."

    That's because there is no " magic plumbing layout" that covers all bathrooms.
    They're all situated differently, the fixtures are never in the same place, sometimes a shower or a whirlpool is added which will change the drainage lay out. But, tell you what! You make a drawing of (1) where the fixtures will be placed and, (2) where the 3 or 4" branch main is in relationship to the fixtures, plus the room measurements and I'll lay the job out for you according to code. Make the drawing, scan it to E-mail and send it to speedball1@hotmail.com and head it PLUMBING so it doesn't get lost in the shuffle and trashed. Sound like a plan?
    Regards, Tom
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    Sep 4, 2005, 01:02 PM
    I guess what I really need is the "connected to" version of the schematic not the "blueprint version", i.e. flange connects to the soil pipe kind of like they have in Home Depot on the wall above all the connectors and couplings and adapters but something I can print out.
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