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    Default post removed ,it is in different section

    This post was double .was removed .

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    Default Re: Could MIKE HOLMES miss P trap & vent so easely?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Pakula View Post
    MIke Holmes -Home improvement Robinhood- lost his Mind (or did he? is there any other explanation maybe in Canada they do this different way) on one of his show teaching young hot chick home improvement skills under the sink but he should be fully excused .Who would think about p-trap and vent at this time. I have full video .unfortunately can not post it here.I will be glad to email whole clip if you want to see it.
    Robik1@sbcglobal.net

    His shows are wonderfull wchich makes this even more mysterious.
    I live in Mike's area and it's quite common up here to have the P-trap just below the floor.


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    Default Re: Could MIKE HOLMES miss P trap & vent so easily?

    Quote Originally Posted by John Allingham View Post
    I live in Mike's area and it's quite common up here to have the P-trap just below the floor.
    Which would likely exceed the allowable vertical distance to the trap - see related post on other thread for this same item.

    (This is why duplicate threads are not a good idea. Once posted, might as well leave them be where they are. )

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    Default Re: Could MIKE HOLMES miss P trap & vent so easily?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    Which would likely exceed the allowable vertical distance to the trap - see related post on other thread for this same item.

    (This is why duplicate threads are not a good idea. Once posted, might as well leave them be where they are. )

    I deleted the first one , how to delete whole section?


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    Default Re: Could MIKE HOLMES miss P trap & vent so easily?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Pakula View Post
    how to delete whole section?
    Only Brian can do that, and that would delete the other responses too ... unless Brian went to the trouble to move the responses over to the other thread. I doubt it would be worth Brian's time to do that.

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    Default Re: Could MIKE HOLMES miss P trap & vent so easily?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Peck View Post
    Which would likely exceed the allowable vertical distance to the trap
    Not true. The following is from the Ontario Building Code.

    7.4.8.2. Length of Fixture Outlet Pipes
    (1) Except for fixture outlet pipes installed in conformance with Sentence 7.4.5.1.(3), the developed length of every fixture
    outlet pipe shall not exceed 1 200 mm.


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    Default Re: Could MIKE HOLMES miss P trap & vent so easily?

    John,

    Save the "not true" and keep it back to one thread.

    Read my post after your post on the other thread where you posted this first.

    Answer those questions, those answers will determine if "not true" *IN YOUR AREA*, "while true" *NOT IN YOUR AREA*. Heck, may even be "true" in your area.

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