Added vanity drain vent

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I think i realized i screwed up the addition of a second vanity drain (left side) to my existing drain (right side) in my bathroom. I think all i need to fix it is put a sanitary tee there and run the vent line to the existing as shown in the red line. am i missing anything? thanks in advance!
 

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Tim Whistler

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Looks like you are within 6 feet of the vent which is the maximum allowable under the IPC, so you're already good I think.
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I think i realized i screwed up the addition of a second vanity drain (left side) to my existing drain (right side) in my bathroom. I think all i need to fix it is put a sanitary tee there and run the vent line to the existing as shown in the red line. am i missing anything? thanks in advance!
 

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Looks like you are within 6 feet of the vent which is the maximum allowable under the IPC, so you're already good I think.
Tim Whistler
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I think i realized i screwed up the addition of a second vanity drain (left side) to my existing drain (right side) in my bathroom. I think all i need to fix it is put a sanitary tee there and run the vent line to the existing as shown in the red line. am i missing anything? thanks in advance!
 

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Looks like you are within 6 feet of the vent which is the maximum allowable under the IPC, so you're already good I think.
Tim Whistler
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He would be good if he didn’t 90 down after the trap but before the vent. Which he did, so he had to revent or he would’ve had an strap.
 
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