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 Am I on the right track here?
Author: kingshakabobo (IL)

I guess my biggest question is where to tie in the kitchen sink and vanity. I’m thinking it can tie in below the vent “sani T” for the basement sink and laundry to avoid a wet vent between floors. Noted with the orange circle/line.

The kitchen sink and bathroom vanity can be vented in the shared wall and join the other vents above the ceiling.

There is no room to add any more fittings to the horizontal 3” line above the basement floor. Blocked by gas line and water supplies.

Other question is can I 90 (or 45/45) offset the shower vent and main vent to get the pipes in the 2x4 wall cavities under the floor?

Hopefully my chicken scratch is somewhat legible

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 Re: Am I on the right track here?
Author: bernabeu (SC)

your plan is 'good to go'

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