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    Success!

    After much grumbling (from the prescription that I had to tear out the newly finished drywall), I grabbed the reciprocating saw and bit the bullet. I followed everyone's advice, from contacting a...
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    Thanks for all your help!

    So today is d-day, as in demolition. Given your advice, I'm going to tear out the wall and cut off the drain by about 12"--or a length that will put the outlet lower than the inlet. What kills me...
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    I have attached a pic of the drain setup. Notice...

    I have attached a pic of the drain setup. Notice that the drain in the wall IS higher than the inlet to the trap.

    The drains in the sink are closer to the rear than the original sink, and the...
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    Diagram of setup

    I have attached a picture that approximately represents the setup.

    In the diagram where you see slip nut (just below the wrench), there's a 90 degree elbow that connects to the tee.

    Is this...
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    Kitchen sink drain and trap

    I recently rennovated my kitchen, including the plumbing service and sink. I've now reinstalled the sink, garbage disposal, and the P-trap.

    My question pertains to the level of the drains from...
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    No pressure, but a lot of stress!

    I recently purchased an house that was constructed in 1928. During my inspection, I noticed that the water pressure for all the hot-water outlets (kitchen, bath, and washing machine) was extremely...
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