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Old 12-12-2011, 01:12 PM   #31
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Ok, I reconfigured the setup.

I swear to God that after using every Y or T that I could find, and all the different angled items, this is about the only way I could get that damn right side to line up semi normal. With this setup both sides have their own P trap and feed the Y at the wall stub out.

Please take a look at the 4 pictures and tell me what you think...

The only question I have is, is it a problem to have that right hand side P trap do a loop to exit out.

Otherwise, do you see any issues??

Thanks!!
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Old 12-12-2011, 03:59 PM   #32
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Bingo---cherry-cherry-cherry--you win!!!!!!!

The water doesn't care if it goes around a corner on its way out---Congratulations--it's a drain!

I knew you would get it once you had the P-traps on the sink----Mike----
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Old 12-12-2011, 04:28 PM   #33
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hahah... NICE!!

As a part of my wanting to not take a chance, I actually poured water down it for a trial run, and it worked just fine. So an hour ago I glued all the respective parts, and tightened everything down. Ill wait till the Mrs. comes home, then take it for a trial run.

You know, after all those headaches of moving pcs around, up, down, in, out, different angles, sizes, blah, blah, ultimately, now that its all done, this actually looks fairly simple and makes more sense.

But jeez louise, it was quite a brain fart for me for quite a while...!

Thanks again, Mike, for all the help. I feel much better about the way it turned out, and, unlike the last mock up, this one I can actually take apart if the P trap gets stuck, leaks, etc..

Man... I need a drink...!
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Old 12-12-2011, 06:17 PM   #34
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You have me laughing-----that's plumbing---By the time you need to do this again--you will have forgotten every thing you learned this week,

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