Kitchen drain pipe connection

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Can you tell me if this setup right below the right side of the kitchen sink is a normal setup? I’m thinking it should have a straight piece coming down first. Also, would it require a slip joint washer?
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Those can be direct connect. It’s called a flanged tailpiece washer. I’m sure there are other names for it.
 

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So it’s optional to use the flanged tailpiece washer? When would I need to use the washer as opposed to not using the washer and doing a direct connect?

Thanks for your help thus far. I do appreciate it
 

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The washer is not optional. It’s inserted between the pipe and the sink basket drain.

All tailpieces and direct connect sink drains use a flanged washer or a washer of some type, it’s typically flanged.
 

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You might want to show a picture of the piping arrangement you have there. That 90 going down doesn't look correct
 

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from the looks of the picture you have an s trap with out a vent
a vent is required so the p trap water seal is not syphoned out of the trap.
if your bathroom smells like you farted . the problem is no vent
 

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