DWV Rev 1 with reccomendations

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  1. accidentalplumber

    accidentalplumber New Member

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    Hello All
    I have made some clarifications and changes that were made by Terry L. Do this look like what the inspector will be looking for.

    Thanks
    John
     
  2. kreemoweet

    kreemoweet Member

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    You will notice that Mr. Polk does not mention using the combo fitting to connect a horiz. drain to a vert. drain.
    A sanitary tee would be more appropriate, and in the case of the vertical vent taking off from the tee, a santee
    would be required.
     
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  4. accidentalplumber

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  5. Tom Sawyer

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    That tee for the future is not acceptable. Also, the washer and tub can't both occupy the same 2" stack
     
  6. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    In Issaquah, you will need 2" on the tub until the vent, then 1.5" for the trap and trap arm.

    It would be a good idea to separate the tub from the washer stack for suds control. You really don't want washer suds coming up in the bath tub.

    The toilet looks fine now.
    The kitchen will need a 2" cleanout accessible in the cabinet below the sink.
     

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