|Posted by Mike on June 20, 2004 at 13:00:36:|
|In response to Re: Shower drain 28" from P-trap?|
Okay, guess I won't be quitting my day job to become a plumber. I think I understand what you're saying. I believe the diagram below is what you're saying.
Thanks so much for your help!
: Nope. The vent is connected below the level of the trap outlet creating an "S" trap that is subject to siphonage. If the vent were off the pipe out of the trap, and rolled above its plane it would work, but I do not think you have enough space to do it that way.
: : Okay, I'm learning here I think. Thanks. How about this option?
: : Mike
: : : : Thanks so much for your replies. I think I've come up with a solution but just need to verify. See image below and let me know what you think.
: : : : Thanks!
: : : : Mike
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: : : : : : I'm currently remodeling my bathroom and have a dilemma. Please see photo below. As you can see, the 3" line (marked 4" on the photo but actually 3"), gets pretty much in the way of the desired location of the new drain.
: : : : : : I'm wondering if I can have about 28" from the drain to the P-trap. I am upsizing the pipe to 2".
: : : : : : Thanks!
: : : : : : Mike
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