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    Anybody see anything wrong with the attached DWV plan? This is just the elevation view but it tells most of the story. Trying to drain a washing machine and kitchen sink into an existing 2" drain line. The kitchen sink is located on a pony wall that connects to a full wall so the vent for the sink cannot be higher than 30" but the vent does terminate into the vent stack
    24" above the drain line for the washing machine. The washing machine standpipe is 5' away from the vent stack.
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    Illinois Licensed Plumber SewerRatz's Avatar
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    Looks pretty normal from my point of view. You have a 2" vent a revent for the kitchen sink al looks good.

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    Yep, that's fine. don't get much better'n that.

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    Pour it!

    Let her tighten up, she's done!
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