06:05AM | 06/30/07
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I want to install a drain line which would go from a line for the washer and connect into the drain for my utility sink then flow into the existing floor drain.The floor drain is about 1 1/2 ft from the wall the sink and washer will be close to it.The drain hole is 2"wide.I am using PVC pipe.I know that the pipe for the washer must allow the drain hose to lead up(we plan to attach the PVC to the wall for it to go into it)If the pipe goes along the floor and leads into a T below the utility sink into the drain, will it tend to back up? We thought the sink would need a trap piece below its drain and a flow straight into the T and then into the the floor drain.Also does the piece that goes into the floor drain need to fit snug or can it just sit inside it?


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