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Kitchen Drain & Vent


I am having new counters installed and changing from the standard 50/50 top mount sink to a 60/40 undermount sink.
I am worried that the vent that was installed under the original sink when the house was built will now interfere with the new sink. Anyone have any tips on how I should consider adjusting this plumbing? Any advice is much appreciated. Could I just lower it now that the bottom of the sink is deeper than previously? I assume to have this vent in the cabinet that the only requirement would be to have the vent above the base of the sink?!?

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