Will this work as a “wet” vent

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Flegel409

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Hey guys first post here long time reader! Hope to get some helpful feedback.

Im redoing some old drain lines from a bathroom remodel. Attached are some pictures of the current plumbing we have installed so far. At first I was thinking this would work as a wet vent but now im second guessing as the drains are not on the same “plane”

The right 2” drain comes from the tub, the left 2” drain come from vanity sink with 2” vent through attic. (then up sized to 3” through roof) then the last drain is the water closet for the toilet.

Im not sure if this is justified as a wet vent and ok. Or should i add a vent after the tub p-trap and a vent after the toilet vertical drop. Or leave as is.

Also if there is anyrhing else that stands out please let me know!

P.S. I would have rolled the 3x2 combo wye but the floor joist and bath room wall was on top of each other so i couldnt go straight down bathroom wall as a typical layout would.

Also, The metal strapping is just temporary during mock up.



Any help is much appreciated!
 

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Jeff H Young

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I think your code allows the santee on back for the w/m vent mine doesn't but I'm UPC code.
where does the vertical 3 inch go at the stack straight up and out roof . otherwise looks good to me I see nothing wrong but might be missing something 1 bath gotta be a kitchen? but I guess question is just for bathroom which looks ok
 

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I would consider adding a hanger to help support the 2 inch pipe. I think IPC 308.5 calls for 4 ft between supports.
 
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