Adding utility sink to laundry room

Discussion in 'Illinois Plumbing Code Questions' started by brownmc, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. Andro

    Andro New Member

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    Hi Terry,
    is this diagram bad?
    Thanks!!!
     

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  2. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    That one doesn't work at all.
    The washer needs to come in below the sinks and have it's own vent. The sinks need their vent and the washer needs it's vent.
     
  3. Andro

    Andro New Member

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    Thanks a lot!!
    Is this diagram better?
    can the kitchen and the utility signbein the same T along with the main vent?
    Apreciateyour help!
     

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  4. Ken McCall

    Ken McCall New Member

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    I hope everyone is safe and staying well during this time. My apologies for jumping on this thread and if this is the wrong place. But I have the same question, we just ripped out our drywall with the intentions of flipping the washer hookups to the opposite side. Midway through the wife suggested/requested a sink. Looking at the first picture shared by Terry, is that all I need to add in order to fulfill her wishes?

    The picture below shows the plumbing currently, the plan is to move the washer connection all the way to the left, that part I think I have under control. Adding the supply for a sink also under control, proper venting for both the washer AND sink has me for a loop. Any suggestions are much appreciated!
     

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