Side inlet elbow ok for closet bend

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  1. cwlo225

    cwlo225 New Member

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    I am thinking about using a 3"elbow with a 2" side inlet for a closet bend on a toilet. The 2" inlet would be for the bathroom sink drain. I could use either a side inlet, or back inlet elbow if one is preferable for the other. This is due to space limitations. Will this work ok?

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
  2. SewerRatz

    SewerRatz Illinois Licensed Plumber

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    You can not use a side inlet elbow as your closet elbow. Now you can use a Side inlet tee to tie in your lavatory sink to the stack. Also do not forget to vent your lavatory sink.
     

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