Nov 30, 2016 1:53 pm
I recently added a toilet to our bathroom, it was an easy job as the bathroom was on the upper floor directly above the service corridor where all of the plumbing is. I was in bunnings the other day and the y shape 100mm pipe to merge into an existing line caught my eye, reason being i used a t to merge into the powder room pipe from the side on a slight downhill angle.
We haven't used the toilet much yet, just wondering if it is imperative to use the y joiner in this case so that solids go in easily or is a t fine?thanks ☺
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