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Old 01-06-2009, 08:19 PM   #1
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How many 90 degrees allowed


I am installing a new vanity in my basement. I am using 1 1/2 pvc pipe and the run is less than 5 ft. I need to put either 2 - 90 degree turns or 4 - 45 degree turns to tie into the existing drain in the concrete floor. I have vented this run with 2 in pvc. My question is, is there a limit to the number of 90 or 45 degree turns I am allowed to install in this run? Or is my only concern possible blockage down the road with the 90 degree turns? Thanks in advance for your help.

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Old 01-07-2009, 05:57 AM   #2
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some codes require 2" vanity drains and as far how many 90's I wouldn't worry about it. Try to use long turn 90's whenever possible. You'll see the difference.

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only on toilets 1 ,90 for toilet bend and 45s or y with 45 with clean out .for vanity run 2 in
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