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This reducer in bathroom...?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Phill, 6 Oct 2021.

  1. Phill

    Phill

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    Hi guys,

    I will be doing a first install bath soon and wondering why this reducer is in place to the main waste stack in our upstairs bathroom?

    The house is 1957 build and probably originally had a bath. When we moved in there was a shower in this location which had inlet and waste pumps. Pumps were knackered. I can't remember if anything was attached to this reducer when I pulled the shower out.

    Also what pipework is needed to connect to this (main stack) from the bath's P trap?

    Bath I'll be installing is below,

    Thanks

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    just pumps

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    Looks as if the outlet pipe from the old removed pump connected there. Should be safe to remove it as long as there isnt a one way valve inside it.
     
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