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    DIY Junior Member seattleguy's Avatar
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    Default Addition Bath Plumbing Drainage?

    Hi. I'm new to this forum. I'm a DIYer in Seattle and I'm working on the plumbing for my new bathroom and washing machine closet. I currently have a 3" vent stack and I intend to install a 2" vent for the toilet and washing machine and a 1 1/2" for the sink and shower. I drew the picture below and an looking for some expert advise. Any comments are appreciated. Thanks,

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    What you have drawn would not pass inspection in Seattle.
    The toilet is not vented,
    The sink is an illegal S trap
    Where the 3" ties into the 4" you need a wye fitting.

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    Good thing your asking ahead of time...

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    Are you guys under UPC in Seattleż

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