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Problem with discharge height of toilet

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by dunc, 31 Oct 2006.

  1. dunc

    dunc

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    I have put a shower in a downsairs toilet. The soil pipe was cut off at floor level and a new 100mm connector fitted with a 40mm side inlet. Into this went std 100 mm T and into T went pan connector.
    Trouble is that the pan connector [about 450mm long] now slopes up so the T end is about 30mm higher.
    Is this a big problem or will it work OK.

    Thanks.

    Dunc
     
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  3. sime10

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    Not good practice you will get blockages (never taken a soil or waste pipe uphill myself) but you are looking for trouble and wet feet
     
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