Additional Drains into an ejector pump crock

Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum, Professional & DIY Advice, Tips & ' started by kirkm, Nov 12, 2004.

  1. kirkm

    kirkm New Member

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    The inspector just failed my basement rough-in because my bar sink drain (1.5 inch) was draining into the 2 inch vent just as it exits the crock. The original roughed-in ceiling vent size is 1.5 inch and there is a reducer in the vent about 4 feet off the floor. All the other roughin looked good. He suggested knocking out the original concrete where the 4 inch drains goes into the crock and adding a wye to connect the bar sink drain. Seems like a lot of work but doable. I am wondering now if a lid with an additonal hole could do the job just as well. Are there code reasons why a drain should not enter the crock from the lid? I am going contact him but wondered what your thoughts are.

    Kirk
  2. hj

    hj Moderator & Master Plumber Staff Member

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    One reason would be that the lid will probably have to be removed at some time and that might affect the drain since it would have to be removed also.
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