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P trap for tankless water heater drain

I see no big problems with what you propose. Only thing that comes out from your sketch is the angle of the pipe from the P-Trap to the existing drain line. You will be unable to get PVC fittings that ...
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What’s the best way to fix this drainage hole?

Try adding a pop up drainage emitter. These are placed with the top being level with the base of the grass. When the rain water comes to the emitter the top pops up and the water flows out similar to ...
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How do you connect this tub with a hose type drain to a trap?

"Just want to know what the appropriate way of connecting this to a drain system is." Install a floor drain, with a trap below the floor. I would highly recommend making the entire bathroom (...
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What’s the best way to fix this drainage hole?

Get a barrel or steel drum, drill some small holes at the bottom of the barrel. Dig a hole and place a bed of stones at the bottom. Place barrel inside hole on top of bed of stones, cut a hole to ...
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What’s the best way to fix this drainage hole?

A good fix for this may be to extend the drainage pipe further down the slope. It is not clear enough from your photo how much drop there is but the best solution would be that you can extend it far ...
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Why can I not reinstall a drain linkage assembly for my bathtub?

Likely, part of the original linkage is still stuck inside. Hopefully, it can be fished out with a bent wire or a pickup tool (claw grabber), such as that below. (Magnetic tools likely would not work, ...
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Can I keep the old Kerdi drain flange when rebuilding a shower?

Schluter will not recommend reusing an already used shower drain. I would never reuse the same drain myself in my shower repairs. Although, BUILDERS reuse them all the time, to save a buck or two. But ...
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