bathroom sink P-Trap problem

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Old 06-21-03, 04:39 PM
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bathroom sink P-Trap problem

Hi. We're installing a new vanity in our guest bathroom. The problem is that the drawer sliders hit the P-Trap, so we can't fit the vanity in place. Can we move the P-Trap (rotate it or shorten it) so that we can fit the vanity in?

On the same subject, if we decide to put in a pedestal sink, how can we shorten the P-trap and he stub coming out of the wall in order to fit a pedestal?

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Old 06-21-03, 05:30 PM
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Yes, you can rotate, shorten or lengthen the trap connections to fit under the vanity. Just rememeber that water doesn't run uphill.
Depending upon what you're working with on the pedastal, you may have to open the wall up to lower or raise the connection, as necessary.
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