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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:58 am 
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i need to fit an integrated under counter fridge but the problem i have is the sink waste is in the way not sure how to get around this ,is it possible to drop the waste straight down through the base unit and underneath or chase into the wall.

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I wouldn't say chasing it into the main house wall is an option, its a 40mm pipe.

You can lower it BUT, it must still have a fall, or it will not work.
I would guess (Because I can't see the other end) that you will have to make a new hole (lower down) as it passes through the wall to the outside drain.

The other option would be take it strait through the wall then down to to the drain, but again, this depends on what is outside.

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i cant take it straight through the wall as its a party wall, the only fall i could get on the pipe would be if i take the waste straight down from the sink under the unit ,there is about 6" under there so should be enough fall on the pipe hopefully.


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