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Friday, January 2, 2009

Instructions Bathrooms 3

Step By Step Photos with Instructions 11 - 14


11. Nail in 2x6 blocking to anchor the rear toilet mounting brackets. Fit the chair carrier in the opening to check the location of the drain hole and the position of the mounting block. The front surface of the framework should be flush with the face of the studs.


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12. Dry-fit the PVC piping assembly for the wall-hung toilet, shower trap and sink. After you’re satisfied that the dimensions are correct, solvent-weld all the joints in the assembly and join it to the existing ABS main stack using a transition coupling.

Tip
When dry-fitting PVC, pipes won’t seat completely in fittings, so add 1/4 in. to all cut lengths. The solvent will lubricate fittings so the pipes will slide in all the way.


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13. Toenail 2x6 blocks in the center of the shower 36 in. above the floor for the shower valve and 6 ft. 6 in. above the floor for the showerhead. Position the valve block so the plastic mud guard on the mixing valve will be flush with the finished wall surface. Attach the shower supply line and the hot and cold supply lines to the valve. Clamp the valve body and shower supply line to the blocks with copper pipe straps. Run copper water supplies to the new locations for the sink and toilet.


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14. Place the shower base and mark the drain location on the subfloor. Remove the base and cut a 6-in. wide hole. Tighten the shower drain to the shower base. Predrill 1/8-in. holes through the mounting flange into the studs and screw the base to the wall studs with 1-5/8 in. galvanized drywall screws. Next>>

source : The Family Handyman Magazin


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