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Old 05-22-2020, 04:18 PM   #2171
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Yes wet vent, lav washes it.

Here it’s the Wild West! Other than Lansing and delta township we have state inspectors. Most of the state inspectors are cool, but when yo get into the city, it’s all about the money. The inspector that use to work for my Master and got fired for stealing.... let it slip one day that they’re expected to issue X amount of reinspection fees a month. My plumbing inspector will even call out an electrical panel original from the ‘50s because it doesn’t have a sticker.
you should have cut the Y in before the drop elbow and your good to go...
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Old 05-22-2020, 04:21 PM   #2172
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Laundry drain is an S trap, I got called on that a few years ago. You need two pipe sizes between the trap and santee. So with 2” pipe you need 4” in between. Here was mine.
in order for that to pass here you would need a double cross TY for 2 fixtures...
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Old 05-22-2020, 04:26 PM   #2173
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in order for that to pass here you would need a double cross TY for 2 fixtures...
The upper santee Was for a clean out, not another fixture. I hadn’t put my female adapter for the c/o plug in yet
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Laundry drain is an S trap, I got called on that a few years ago. You need two pipe sizes between the trap and santee. So with 2” pipe you need 4” in between. Here was mine.
We’ve never had that complaint before, but I’m not going to tip them off...

Usually we end up going through a stud, but the situation dictated it.

The architect happened to stop by and we discussed swapping the lav and stool location, but we would be 1” less from the back of the tank to the next fixture.
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you should have cut the Y in before the drop elbow and your good to go...
Exactly what I said! The way we did it the shower is dry vented.
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All those with opioid dependency please discard packaging in trash. Found this on the backside of a urinal lol

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All those with opioid dependency please discard packaging in trash. Found this on the backside of a urinal lol

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Good thing I don't do commercial for urinal hell. I'd be charging like a minimum of 1000$ maybe even more so I didn't have to touch that.
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Its definitely nasty

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The two worst things to clean... urinal and a grease trap.
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The two worst things to clean... urinal and a grease trap.
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