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    FWIW, the horizontal portion is 1 1/2". I think I will just leave it. Thank you everyone.

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    What you have is "legal" in Arizona. (according to hj)
    And it "will" work other places. UPC code doesn't like it, but if in fact that has been inspected by "your" local inspector and he liked it, you're done.

    I can't do that here in Washington State, but that's a long way from your home. My answers are based on what a code book would say. There are plenty of in the field responses to that that you could get by with, but if you ask me what will work "anywhere", then that's the answer I'm giving. I don't find that it makes very much sense if I'm only giving a solution that a city inspector may like if the the state inspections don't allow it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    What you have is "legal" in Arizona. (according to hj)
    And it "will" work other places. UPC code doesn't like it, but if in fact that has been inspected by "your" local inspector and he liked it, you're done.

    I can't do that here in Washington State, but that's a long way from your home. My answers are based on what a code book would say. There are plenty of in the field responses to that that you could get by with, but if you ask me what will work "anywhere", then that's the answer I'm giving. I don't find that it makes very much sense if I'm only giving a solution that a city inspector may like if the the state inspections don't allow it.
    Terry. I did this work after inspection. I belive it to be legal IRC, but illegal UPC. I am just curious at this point if I revented the lower trap arm, would it then be legal UPC. It's just the sparky in me asking.

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    So in other words, the inspector passed off this concept, with the cleanout in the cabinet



    At this point, I would just button things up. Either way it's going to work well enough.

    If you vent each trap arm it always works. No matter what city you are in.

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    Will do. Thanks to everyone. Sorry if I beat this horse to death. LOL

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