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Appliances, fixtures, and finishes
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Tubs; kitchen ventilation
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Q: A client wants to locate her dishwasher in a peninsula several cabinets away from the kitchen sink. Are there any limitations on the distance that the discharge hose can travel, or should it be plumbed separately?
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