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Old 01-26-2015, 09:51 PM   #31
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Figured it out. Remove the 3x2 wye and run the shower trap arm horizontal a bit further into a tee, vent up the wall and drain goes down. The main stack is right there, I'll join the 2" into the 3" after it is vertical and before the 3" goes into the 4" stack.

Top is as it is now, bottom is proposed.

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Good plan. Remember- maximum 5' on a 2" trap arm per UPC
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yet ANOTHER "know it all" .... pound sand buddy.

my house doesn't smell AT ALL. well, except for paint, as that is what i just finished.
Not a know it all. I learn something new every week, even after being a steadily working professional service plumber for 24 years. Good luck with your lousy plumbing and your arrogance not to care.
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Let's keep our comments to the OP's plumbing issue please.... not each others

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Let's keep our comments to the OP's plumbing issue please.... not each others

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I love handy men doing plumbing. I teach 50 bucks at a time...
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