demo'd the bathroom and installed a new shower stall. after running the show for 5 mins the drain clogs up. The plumbing in the house is all copper. So the shower stall has a 2" p-trap to a frenco 2" adaptor to the 2" copper waste line. after the p-trap is a TY(2"x2"x1.5") the 1.5" outlet is a horizontal air vent which leads to the roof. The waste from the shower stall leads to the 3" wasteline from the toilet. In the bathroom the toilet has a 3" copper waste line. The waste line also has a horizontal air vent, which is located after the toilet via 3x3x3 TY. after the 3x3x3 TY comes the 2" copper waste line from the shower stall.
I noticed that in the 5mins of running the water in the toilet bowl bubbles with air. why?
We snailed the main waste lines and have freed all the wastelines of any obsticals - but the problem remains, any idea?
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