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Old 03-17-2017, 09:45 AM   #1
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Hey Again,

Sorry for the multiple posts...I work best keeping things separate.

the laundry room shares a wet wall with the bath, but is 3 feet higher than the floor of the bath.

I can finagle the laundry's 2 inch discharge line behind the tub surround on the drain side.

Can I simply connect this to the tubs drain line (after the tub's trap) with a Y connector, and importantly, can I then rely on the vent stack as the laundry vent.

As the crow flies, the 3 inch main vent will be about 6 feet away from the laundry down tub.
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