sink drain/ head inlet one seacock?
Whoa. Glad I checked out this topic.
Im getting ready to redo my seacocks and found the suggestions here that there is no reason that I cant tee into the head inlet line (below waterline) and use that for the head sink drain too (also below waterline). Hardly ever use the sink anyway. Right now I have two seacocks right next to each other. Always seemed kind of excessive. I would love to glass over one of them. Less seacocks = less maintainence and worry.
Am I overlooking anything even if I dont intend to use the sink drain for flushing the head. Can I do it, please say yes again as I believe I heard you in this post. And where do I get a link to the Diva of head plumbing, Peggy?