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Old 04-19-2012, 11:29 PM   #1
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Plumbing: Does this look okay?

Does this look okay? This is just a fit test, nothing is finalized.



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Old 04-23-2012, 04:11 AM   #2
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Just my experience, you will get disposal waste come back up in your other sink that way.

But where your drain runs out your wall, you don't have much choice.

You could do something like this....
Its the only pic I could find that sorta described what i wanted to do...

This way the disposal waste hits the "T" and wont come back up into your sink.



Here's one more...


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As long as the T has baffles.
I'm a plumber
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Old 06-16-2012, 10:55 AM   #5
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that outlet should have a GFI its at a water source.
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Yes you need a gfi, and route it like the 2nd post said. Just put the tee under the left side with the gd draining into it then at the bottom of the tee run it to a p-trap then into the drain. Make sure they do have grade so they drain right
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also if u do it like i said you will need a longer stub from the bottom of the left side of the sink to have correct grade
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Not the answer to your question ... If that outlet is on the same circuit as a GFCI your good to go , most electricians only put one GFCI outlet in a kitchen or bath etc, then the other outlets are on the same circuit , they all react the same way tripping the GFCI in the event of water or what ever .
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