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Old 07-24-2016, 10:16 AM   #1
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P-Trap position


see attached picture. Is this OK (code)...?? Will I have issues...??

The Sani Tee location coming out of the wall is quite high.
NOTE: I still can ensure there is the proper slope.
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Re: P-Trap position


Yes. You have no room for the popup assembly. Not to mention you will end up having a 6 inch deep trap that will love accumulating stuff.

So lower the sanitary TEE.
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