P trap drain and ventilation on shower drain

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Toochie79

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Im remodeling ny bathroom and here is tge beting and p trap scenario we plumbed. Is this going to be ok. Expert advise needed to give me piece of mind. It appears ok but im not an everyday plumber. Thanks guys.
 

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Jeff H Young

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Sorry to say but no wont pass Our code by a mile the dry vent is below flood level the wrong fittings are being used as well santees on side and 1/4 bends . put a vent up that wall with the header over it easy peasy other than the drilling. header is doing nothing as youve got studs all the way across
 

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Sorry to say but no wont pass Our code by a mile the dry vent is below flood level the wrong fittings are being used as well santees on side and 1/4 bends . put a vent up that wall with the header over it easy peasy other than the drilling. header is doing nothing as youve got studs all the way across
It’s on second floor. What is the correct fittings? Can you explain what needs to be done to be code? And what state is this in?
 

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To say it another way you're vent needs to be a vertical pipe. It has to stay vertical until your above the floor.
 

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Are you sure you have enough ells?

I see 540 degrees for a snake to pass including the trap.

I would rip it out and use 2- 45 deg ells then vent it as john said
 
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