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    Default Washer P-Trap conundrum

    I recently had a plumber redo my plumbing for my shower, tub and washer closet which are adjacent to each other. Unfortunately the guy did not put in a p-trap for the washer as required by the California Code and the challenge is now how to fit in a trap given the tight space and other pipes in the area. I have attached a picture with some measures to give you an idea about the current setup and constraints and would appreciate any and all creative suggestions for how to bring this up to CA code.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
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