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I can not load plumbing components in an imported Revit Model

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    I can not load plumbing components in an imported Revit Model

    Hello, everybody!
    I'm working un a little project and i don't want to load the plumbing information un the same file which contains the architectural data. Because of that, I've created a new MEP file and after that, I imported the architectural file.
    The problem starts when i want to load plumbing components into the plumbing file. I can load them but i can't put'em on the model.
    Does anybody know what could be the problem that makes imposible to put plumbing components (i.e.: toilets and bidets)

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    You mean you cant place them in a view? Or that they are not visible?

    When working with a linked architectural model it is best to use Level based families (Not Face Based or Wall Hosted), then you just need to copy the levels from the architectural model, make some floor plan views and you can place the families wherever you want.
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