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    Default Need advice on new kitchen sink drains...

    I am building a new home- house was roughed in and I am finishing it. There are two drains for the double sink, both on the same horizontal plane.

    Do I have to use them both?

    Can I cap one with a removable cap to use as a clean-out?

    Do I use a "T" to connect the sink drain, and the drain pipe from the disposal?

    Many thanks in advance!!!

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    Go here

    http://www.terrylove.com/forums/show...t=11014&page=4

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    Click on the right pic and you will see a drawing of how it should be set up. You can put the disposal on any side you want. You can go to Low*s and find the drain tubeing to set it up that way and you can add a Fem. Adp. with C/O cap for the side you want to make a C/O.

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    thanks very much

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    I should point out that that drawing is from Terry's own drawing here: http://www.terrylove.com/forums/show...3&postcount=35 . I wouldn't want Terry to get mad at us.

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