Hi, I'm a new member here but I've been reading the forums for a long time and appreciate all of the helpful information!

Today I was "gluing" a 1-1/2" PVC drain stub-out to the elbow in the wall using SCH40 PVC rated for DWV. Cut pipe using chop/miter saw for square cut. Deburred and beveled edge slightly. I prepped both parts with clear cleaner and purple primer, followed immediately by PVC cement (all Oatey brand) and applied using the documented procedure. Immediately assembled the parts and rotated 1/4" turn (the pipe was fully seated) and held it in place tightly for at least 30 seconds. Released it and it seemed fine, wiped off excess but I looked back 30 seconds later and it had pushed out about 1/8".

So the big question is can I trust this joint? I'm hoping since it's for drain and not highly pressurized it will be OK otherwise it's going to be quite a bit of work to replace. But I'm looking for an expert opinion.

Thanks,

Bryan