had my cast iron changed to pvc, does it look correct?

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  1. iananderson82

    iananderson82 New Member

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    Hi all I recently bought a house and I'm remodeling the bathroom. I had an iffy guy come over to do the waste drain vent and it looks a little different than it was but I'm wondering if it looks correct. Any help is appreciated, thanks.

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  2. Terry

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    Without seeing what else is connected, it looks good.

    The 3" stack near the tub should be vent only. If there isn't a bathroom above that, you're golden. :)

    A lav waste can be 1.5"
    A kitchen sink waste should be 2", with 1.5" trap arm and vent.
     
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  4. iananderson82

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    Thank you, Terry.
     
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