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Shovel marks the spot where I'm going to dig the trench to.
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All dug out.
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The drain pipe.
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Sections of old pipe and new pipe.
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Old sections of clay pipe.
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Placement of the new pipe.
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Slight bend at this point. The T is at the approximate location where it will sit. This T will drain from the washing machine, slop sink, and kitchen sink.
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Most of the pipes are glued now.
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Under the old downstairs bathroom.
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The L will drain from the upstairs bathroom fixtures and the sink in the northwest bedroom. The T will drain from the bathroom fixtures in the downstairs bathroom.
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The same hole will be utilized for the wetstack draining from the upstairs fixtures.
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Subfloor down in the bathroom. The left drain is for the sink. The right drain is for the shower. That pipe will be replaced with a shorter stub once the showerpan is in place, but it can't be glued until after the floor is in place as it will have to fit the drain in the showerpan.
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Drain for the sink in the bedroom.
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Cracked window in the bedroom, temporarily fixed. Duct tape is SO useful.
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The connected T is the drain for the toilet. The other T will be outside, connecting the drain with the ventstack.
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