Just did a remodel and realized the drain pipe to the wall (unchanged) is
The remodel has double sink with disposal. Since the pipe to the wall is
so high, it creates a static water level that backflows into the disposal.
See attached photo (sorry about the blur, thanks I-phone). Add in the
T for the connection of the 2 and it makes it a bit lower.
From sketch point of view -
| | +---------
| | | +------
Disposal-------+ | | |
Pipe ------+ | | | P-Trap
| +--+ |
As you can see, the static water level will be above the dosposal pipe.
Any ideas on how to solve this problem?
I think you will have to open the wall and lower the drain. Maybe some pros will have a better solution, but it sure seems to me you will be trying to make water run uphill and that's difficult to do.