Slow Draining Bathroom Sink
I currently have one bathroom sink that is draining slowly. I took apart the s-trap and there is no clog there or around the stopper. I believe it maybe a venting problem because the sink backs up almost immediatly after the water is turned on. If I losen the pvc connetion after the s-trap that connects it to the in floor drain pipe the water in the sink drains faster, however the connection starts to leak.
No other fixture in the house has this drainage problem. This particular sink drains into a main drain pipe that other fixture connect to and the vent pipe goes through the roof, so I am not sure what the problem is.
Could the run from this fixture to the main drain be partially blocked causing a venting problem? as I said previously there is no drainage problem after the trap, but could a partially blocked run to the main drain cause some kind of pressure issue in the trap?